Queen Victoria which is a cruise ship operated by British-based Cunard Line has completed a major multi-million dry dock and has now resumed service.

The Cunard Line vessel resumed service today from Southampton, UK on a 4-night voyage where guests are in for a treat. The ship has just completed a month-long refurbishment in Palermo, Sicily and received a ton of new features, enhancements, and general updates to make the cruise experience the best it can be.

Queen Victoria got some much-needed attention by the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy including a new exquisite Lido Sun Deck space along with a stunning Winter Garden. The ship also got new Britannia Club Staterooms, Britannia Club Restaurant, and five new luxurious Penthouse Suites. Plenty of maintenance and technical work was done and the usual updated decor, carpeting, bedding a more. You can read a previous post on the updates before the refurbishment started.

Ther cruise line posted nice new time lapse of Queen Victoria departing the shipyard in Palermo, we just wish it lasted longer.

Watch Time Lapse

If you enjoy time lapse videos as much as us then you’ll want to take a look at when Queen Victoria entered dry dock and a huge aft section being installed which is really impressive. The vessel is 90,000 gross tons and can carry over 2,000 passengers at double occupancy.