VQE2.com displays a virtual webcam of Queen Elizabeth 2, showing images from the webcam of the classic ocean liner from her sailing days up till November 2008.
Unfortunately we had a bug where the website was accidentally showing images from the webcam of Cunards newest ship, Queen Elizabeth. The confusion occurred because both ships share the same Call Sign.
I’ve fixed the bug, so VQE2 should be working perfectly now.
If you’ve never checked it out before, why not take a trip down memory lane and see what QE2 was doing a few years ago!
I’ve added new webcams for two of Royal Caribbean’s ships: Oasis of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas.
If you’d like to add these ships, just click on “Preferences”, scroll to the bottom of the page, and tick the RCI ships that you want to look at, or click this link to add them to your existing ships.
I don’t think the RCI webcams are very exciting. They just show internal views of the ship, and no view of the sea or the horizon is visible at all. But you might enjoy watching some of the people walking around on the deck, waving at the camera. They’re probably thinking to themselves how lucky they are to be on a cruise ship while we’re at home just watching them.
I was at a restaurant in Sydney yesterday and just happened to see Pacific Jewel leaving port on her maiden voyage for P&O Australia . Here’s a few photos I took with my mobile phone. It was a gloomy day, and I’m sure everyone on board was glad to be heading north into sunnier weather.
But any time of year, Milson’s point is a pretty place with some spectacular views – especially if you love ships!