An easy-to-read history about the world’s largest ocean liner
In 2003 the world watched in awe as Queen Mary 2, the largest, tallest, widest and most expensive Ocean Liner in the world, set sail bound for Southampton.
This magnificent ship went on to become the flagship of the historic Cunard Line. The QM2 Story details this great liner’s early history (from inception to 2010) in a quick and concise manner for easy reading.
Although her life is young, she has had a very interesting story. From the history of QM2’s great Atlantic predecessors, to her role as a Hotel Ship for the Athens 2004 Olympics, The QM2 Story details the significant moments in the ships history while illustrating her career with beautiful photographs.
The book includes anecdotes from those involved with the ship, including Commodore R. W. Warwick, Captain Christopher Rynd and Pam Conway, former President and COO of the Cunard Line, making it a treasured memento for QM2 and Ocean Liner fans alike.