A TYPICAL STORES LIST FOR
A TRANSATLANTIC TRIP ONBOARD

 FOOD
 Cereals    3850 packets  Strawberries   535 lbs
 Herbs, Spices 50 lbs  Tomatoes   2370 lbs
 Marmalade / jam   2765 portions  Portions of beef   2395 lbs
 Tea Bags   12800  Pork 4000 lbs
 Coffee 500 lbs  Racks of Lamb 329 lbs
 Caviar 75lbs  Sausages   2000 lbs
 Butter 2405lbs  Ducks 855 lbs
 Ham 594lbs  Potatoes   5 tons
 Eggs   42987  Flour 4690 lbs
 Milk   1150 gallons  Rice 2000 lbs
 Lobster    580 lbs  Juices 25720 pints
 Smoked Salmon   420lbs  Soft Drinks   4100 Bottles
 Bananas   1205 lbs  Foi Gras   60lbs

 LIQUOR AND TOBACCO
 Champagne   1000 bottles  Spirits 900 litres
 Beer   12000 bottles  Cigars 205 boxes
 Assorted Wines   1850 bottles  Cigarettes   50,000 cartons
 Soft Drinks   820 Bottles  


 QE2 HOTEL STORES FACT SHEET


The amount of tea bags used each day on the QE2 would supply a family for an entire year.

To eat QE2's daily consumption of breakfast cereal, two people would have to eat at least one packet a day for more than a year.

Enough fruit juice is used in one year to fill up QE2's two swimming pools early 8 times.

Enough film foil is used per year to go around QE2 over 731 times.

Approximately 600,000 litres of beverage are consumed annually.

Over 6 1/2 million cigarettes are smoked annually. If you made a line of them, it would be 370 miles long, which is equivalent to the distance from London to Edinburgh.

Heineken and Becks together account for 50% of the beer, consumed on QE2.

The most expensive item in hotel stores is saffron at 21/2 times the value of Beluga Caviar.

QE2 carries 203 different kinds of wine, 171 various spirits and liqueurs, 37 champagne labels, 59 brands of cigarettes, and 21 brands of cigars.


Leigh and Phil on the Queen Elizabeth 2

The Jazz Musicians aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2

Visiting the Canary Islands and Madeira

Phil & Leigh's Account of the Voyage

Queen Elizabeth 2 Fact Sheet

Food Aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2

Queen Elizabeth 2 Staff