The QE2's replacement, and the ship nobody thought they'd build.
Cunard's flagship. The fourth Cunard Queen and the first transatlantic ocean liner since QE2
34 years before.
She is not just an ocean liner in name. This is not just
marketing 'spin'. She is fast, strong and designed to be comfortable
at speed in stormy waters. She is uniquely custom-designed from her
keel plates up. A one-off.
The third Cunard Queen and the last to be Clyde built.
For most of her service life she was the only transatlantic liner in
service and was the fastest, most powerful,
stylish and most famous liner afloat.
When built, air travel was already the way to cross the Atlantic, so she
was designed to be radically different to her predecessors. she was the epitome of 60s British style - Swinging London at
Sea and as comfortable cruising the caribbean, as battling the Atlantic.
Arguably the most famous
ocean liner ever and the first of the Cunard
Born in the 30s depression, spent the War years
outrunning all the enemy craft and carrying up to 17,000 troops in one crossing.
epitome of Art Deco style and elegance. Queen Mary is now a floating Hotel in Long
Beach - just a shell of her former self as the fastest ship afloat but still with us.