Queen Victoria in Honolulu

Queen Victoria in Honolulu
This has been a good weekend for cruise ship spotters, the cruise ship industry and cruise ship tourism in Honnolulu. Over the last 3 days 4 cruise ships made port calls into Honolulu.

On Friday it was the Sapphire Princess and Cunard Line’s Queen Elizabeth, both coming into the harbor 30 minutes apart. On Saturday, Honolulu’s weekly cruise ship arrive, NCL’s Pride of America made her usual port call.

Today Cunard’s Queen Victoria, sister ship to the new Queen Elizabeth made her first stop of the year in Honolulu today. Her current cruise has taken her from Los Angeles to Mexico to Hawaii and back to Mexico and L.A. again.

Queen Victoria is a regular visitor to Hawaii. She comes in at least once a year. This year she is scheduled to call into Honolulu again on February 23.

Queen Victoria is a Vista Class liner, sharing many common design elements with other modern cruise ships from Holland America Line and P and O Cruises. The Queen Victoria is 964.5 feet long and stands 205 feet high from keel to funnel. She weighs 90,000 gross tons and 2,014 passenger and 900 crew. Queen Victoria was launched and put into service in 2007. She is one of three cruise ships operated by Cunard Line.

Cunard Line Queen Victoria
Cunard Line Queen Victoria Webcam

Queen Victoria in Honolulu

Queen Victoria shortly before entering Honolulu Harbor this morning.

Queen Victoria in Honolulu

Queen Victoria slowly making its way to Pier 11.


Melvin Ah Ching is a photographer, consultant, blogger, desktop publisher, and computer enthusiast living and working in Hawaii. The Hawaii Files have been online since 2006.