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Exciting Aerial Videos of Queen Mary 2 Ship

4 minutes read • July 7th, 2018
She’s stylish, elegant, and incredibly beautiful. Well, she’s a real Queen of the seas! Yes, we’re talking about the

Queen Mary 2 ship

. We invite you to get acquainted with this magnificent ocean liner and check several exciting aerial videos of the Cunard Line's flagship.
Queen Mary 2 ship
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QM2 was constructed at a shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France in 2004. She was christened on January 8, 2004 by Queen Elizabeth II. Four days later, she departed on her inaugural sailing.
By the way, this lady cost Cunard 900 million dollars.
The vessel with a length of 1,131.99 ft and tonnage of 148,528 GT became the longest and the largest passenger ship when she was constructed. Even though these records were broken many times, she’s still the largest ocean liner ever built.
The vessel accommodates more than 2,600 cruise lovers.

Well, we can’t wait to see her!

By the way, the port of Tauranga also looks incredible!

QM2 has 18 decks, and 14 of them are open for passengers. Comfortable cruise accommodation, numerous dining venues for every taste, several pools, a gym, spa, theatre – the liner has everything to compete with the most modern cruise ships. And still, she has something very special – some special cruise atmosphere.

You can check Queen Mary 2 deck plan to find out more about her onboard amenities via this link.

Just like other Queens of her company's fleet, Queen Mary 2 is truly unlike revolutionary megaliners. And it’s not about the ship’s appearance and features, but about her style, soul, and greatness.

It seems we can admire her endlessly.

This ship has her unique mission and unique story, and people who sailed on her at least once, become a part of this story.
Queen Mary 2 ship
©  Public Domain/Pixabay 

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