• One of the world’s most famous cruise ships, the MS Queen Elizabeth, docked in Donegal this morning.
  • The huge Cunard Line ship is almost twice the length of the Croke Park pitch.
  • It docked in Killybegs with over 2,000 passengers and almost 1,000 crew,
  • The majority of the passengers went on tours around south Donegal.
  • The ship is known for its glamour and elegance. Her wood panelling, gleaming chandeliers, marble flooring and beautiful decorative touches exude luxury.
  • The cruise is a sell-out.
  • You can get an ideal of what life on board is like by looking at this review.
  • The 92,000 tonne MS Queen Elizabeth is slightly larger than Queen Victoria – which called to Killybegs earlier this year.
  • Killybegs is one of the ports of call during a 14 night cruise of waters around Britain and Ireland that began in Southampton on July 13th and which terminates there on July 27th.
  • One of the luxurious suites on the MS Queen Elizabeth

  • The current cruise takes in Killybegs

  • Killybegs is attracting an increasing number of cruise ships, not least because of its deep water berthing facilities that allow large vessels to come right into the port.

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