Queen Elizabeth 2 | Ladies Night At The Yacht Club

Queen Elizabeth QE2
Queen Elizabeth QE2

A brief history

On September 20 1967, Queen Elizabeth named the QE2 after her mother in the company of Prince Phillip and 30,000 spectators arrived at John Brown’s shipyard on Clydebank in Scotland. On 2 May 1969, she made her maiden transatlantic voyage.
In her lifetime, the QE2 would complete 1,400 voyages, sail some 6 million nautical miles and play gracious host to almost 2.5 million passengers. She would complete 25 tours around the world and, after 39 years, retire in 2008 to join Dubai as a prized and prestigious attraction.

 

Ladies’ Night At The QE2
Ladies, bid goodbye to all your mid-week blues as the QE2 unveils a spectacular Ladies’ Night at the Yacht Club. Taking place every Tuesday, from 9pm-12am, step on board with your girlfriends and enjoy unlimited grape, hops and house beverages throughout the evening.
 
The perfect excuse strap on your dancing shoes, spin to the latest hits by the resident DJ while enjoying some much-needed quality time with your favourite ladies. Offering a selection of delectable bites and nibbles to go with your drink, Ladies’ Nights at the Yacht Club promises a wonderful evening for all.

 

Date: Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am
Venue: The Yacht Club
Price: AED 95 per lady (includes unlimited grape, hops and house beverages)
Reservation Details: dining@qe2.com/ +971 4 526 8888 / www.qe2.com/dining