Passengers can take a selfie from the bridge with the skyline of Dubai in the distance
Visitors to the Queen Elizabeth 2 in Dubai Port can now avail of a special heritage tour that will take them on a journey through the ‘bridge’ – the command room used by the captain to control the ship during its days of service.
Once reserved only for access by senior crew and VVIPs visiting the ship, the QE2’s Bridge is now open for daily tours to the public on for the first time since launching in 1967.
Passengers can take a tour of the iconic bridge which has been left almost intact since the QE2 retired from service as one of the world’s most famous ocean liners.
The Bridge Tour starts by taking your through notable areas of the main ship, then behind the scenes and up to the main bridge.
Passengers can take a selfie from the bridge with the skyline of Dubai in the distance, then follow their tour guide into the main bridge.
Bridge Tours are available daily at 10am, 12pm and 4pm. More details on the QE2 website.