Cunard Line's Queen Elizabeth cruise cancelled due to Storm Arwen

   November 28, 2021 ,   Accidents

A voyage aboard Cunard's liner Queen Elizabeth became another casualty of Storm Arwen.

The luxury ship was due to dock at homeport Southampton (England UK) on Saturday, November 27, but was canceled due to extreme weather.

The boat was not expected to arrive in the port until Sunday.

Queen Elizabeth cruise ship

Cunard tweeted that due to Storm Arwen, the weather conditions were "too extreme" for Queen Elizabeth to dock in Southampton as planned.

"Given the ongoing adverse weather conditions and short duration of her next sailing, Queen Elizabeth’s next voyage is now unfortunately cancelled."

The liner was scheduled to leave Southampton on Sunday, November 28, for a roundtrip mini-cruise to Rotterdam (Holland), returning on Wednesday, December 1.

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