Some things you need to know about this new Queen:
She holds 2,000 passengers in 909 staterooms, most of which have balconies in order to wave white handkerchiefs at poor people as one enters and leaves a port. There are 12 decks, several pools and whirlpools, a spa, a Winter Garden lounging area with a retractable roof, and, of course, shuffleboard.
There is a Royal Court Theatre with the first private boxes at sea, in case being on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean isn't private enough for you, and a Royal Arcade shopping area with a Harrod's where you can drop a royal wad of cash. There are eight restaurants, several of which require reservations months in advance, and even then you can't get in unless you know somebody.
And of course, a private bathroom in your room. Really, they've spared no expense on this ship. I'm wildly jealous of anyone who gets to ride on that particular Queen, if you haven't figured that out yet. I wonder if they need an on-board travel guru? Ma'am, have your people call my people.