Current Position Queen Elizabeth

Latest itinerary details Queen Elizabeth

The destinations of Cunard Line range from the far north to South Africa and from the Caribbean to Southeast Asia. Day trips, short voyages and even world trips are possible. Depending on the cruising region, season and travel destination, the current position of Queen Elizabeth changes.

Queen Elizabeth is currently located in the following area: Great Australian Bay. The required travel time is approximately 03 days, 06 h, 30 min. Deviating lay times, the choice of route and weather influences naturally affect the sailing time. Therefore, the actual journey time may deviate from the stated time.
Departure port --:-- UTC 8
Arrival port --:-- UTC 0
Vessel position --:-- UTC 8
Current trip: --- Captain: Ian Feasey
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Departure port: Fremantle, Australia Port code: AUFRE ETD: 27.11.2023 at 22:10 Local Time (UTC 8) Planned departure: 23 h, 39 min ago
Arrival port: --- Port code: DELAJ ETA: 30.11.2023 at 20:40 Local Time (UTC 0) Planned arrival in: 02 days, 06 h, 50 min
Planned travel time: 03 days, 06 h, 30 min Distance between ports: --- Distance travelled: ca. 695 km (375 sm) Distance remaining: ---
Current vessel position: Great Australian Bay Water depth: ca. -2619 m Wave height: 3 m

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