MS Queen Elizabeth makes port call to Naha
One of most recognizable names among world’s cruise ships is without doubt MS Queen Elizabeth. The 99,000-ton and 2081-passenger-capacity Cunard cruise liner moored at Naha Port for the first time ever in the morning of Saturday, Mar. 26.
About 2,000 passengers from U.K., Australia, Japan and other countries had day-long visit to Okinawa, touring sightseeing spots like Shuri Castle. The ship left the port at 19:00 on the same day heading towards Taiwan.
MS Queen Elizabeth is scheduled to make her next port call to Okinawa in March 2017.