Victoria Cruises Offers Exec Deck for All

Victoria Cruises is working hard to carry out major renovations to expand its Executive Deck privileges. Previously available on only three of its ships, the program will be expanded to the entire fleet.

The Victoria Prince, Victoria Queen and Victoria Star will be renovated with new carpeting, new lobbies and hallways. A new deck will be added to the Victoria Queen and Victoria Star, which will boast an Executive Lounge and a la carte restaurant for Executive Deck passengers. Victoria Prince will be outfitted with new furniture in its Deluxe and Shangri-La Suites.

March will bring 'white glove' Concierge service to the Victoria Queen, Victoria Star, Victoria Prince and Victoria Empress, which offers access to VIP areas, a la carte meal service, private cultural lessons and reserved seating for entertainment.

On a bittersweet note, the cruise line has decided to retire the Victoria Rose, the last of its classic ships. With its closing, Victoria Cruises now offers solely five-star ships.


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