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MV Queen Victoria, Grand Lobby
England

MV Queen Victoria is one of a fleet of three Cunard Line cruise ships. The 90,000 gt Vista class vessel was introduced in December 2007 and operates worldwide cruises out of Southampton,England.

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Uploaded: 01/02/2012
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