The Queen Anne is the latest cruise liner spotted on the Firth of Clyde this morning, and one of the largest belonging to the Cunard fleet.

MS Queen Anne is a pinnacle class cruise ship operated by Cunard Line, named after Anne, the first Monarch of The Kingdom of Great Britain.
She is currently the second largest ship in Cunard's fleet, after RMS Queen Mary 2, and features 15 dining venues, including four entirely new alternative dining options, Sir Samuel's, a steakhouse named after the line's founder, Tramonto, a Mediterranean themed restaurant, Aji Wa, a Japanese restaurant with sushi bar, and Aranya, a restaurant offering dishes inspired by the Indian subcontinent.
She first set sail from her homeport of Southampton on 3 May 2024 for her maiden voyage.
A firework display took place as she departed, to welcome her into service. She can carry up to 2,996 passengers.

Early risers managed to see the cruise ship as it passed Skelmorlie at 6.15am this morning. 

Greenock is welcoming the113,000-tonne vessel at the Ocean Terminal as part of her British Isles Festival Voyage, which will include her naming ceremony at Liverpool.

She is expected to depart Greenock at around 6pm, but this time may change.