As most of you know, we recently went on a thirty day voyage. I have been recording about it on this blog. If you wish to catch up, it all resides under the travel tab above.
After enjoying our transit through the Panama Canal, the Queen Elizabeth traveled along the coastline of Central America.
Grayden and I both knew the dangers of traveling by ship during this pandemic. There are strict regulations on Cunard regarding ship travel that made us feel better. As I've said before we both have had our vaccinations and two boosters. Two days before the voyage each passenger has to test negative in order to continue with travel plans. Also every four days each passenger is retested. Our first test onboard we both tested negative.
Onboard everyone was required to wear a mask. While taking photos, if no one was around, we took our masks off. We didn't ride in an elevator with others as well. The only time we took our masks off was outside the ship and in the dining room.
The Queen Elizabeth is so lovely inside! She truly lives up to her name.
The ship is full of beautiful memories here and there about the corridors.
Queen Elizabeth christened the ship in Southampton, England in 2010. She has long been associated with Cunard ships. She launched the Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1967 and the Queen Mary 2 in 2004.
I will share more about Her Majesty and the Queen Elizabeth as our days progress on the ship.