To celebrate the Queen Mary 2 tenth birthday the British cruise line Cunard Line has released an amazing infographic on the famous cruise ship. The ship was launched back in 2004 by her majesty The Queen and has been offering high standard cruising ever since!
[quote_box_center]“Since entering service in 2004, Queen Mary 2 has reigned supreme on the Atlantic and around the world, proudly carrying more than a million guests,” said David Dingle, CEO of Cunard Line. “She has attracted awards, accolades and admiration as the greatest ocean liner ever built for a decade now and we intend to mark her first ten years of service in style.”[/quote_box_center]
When the ship entered service it was the largest in the world at 151,400 gross tons but since then has been knocked off the top spot with Royal Caribbeans Oasis class vessels and NCL’s Norwegian Epic. But the Cunard ship is one of the most well-known sights in the industry and you can;t get a bigger Godmother than Her Majesty The Queen!
On the 10th of January Queen Mary 2 will set sail on its 10th world cruise but this time it will have a some celebrations to go along. The ship will be joined by sister ship Queen Elizabeth. Queen Elizabeth will also be departing Southampton at the same time and both ships will be complimented by fireworks.
Thats not all because on 9th May 2014 all three Cunard ships will be in Southampton together. The ships include Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and of course Queen Victoria. There will be plenty of celebrations in honor of the Queen Mary 2 cruise ships 10th Anniversary. Special events will also be help to celebrate the cruise lines traditional trans Atlantic crossings which the cruise line has been doing since 1840.
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