The largest, longest, widest, tallest and most expensive passenger vessel ever constructed.
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||Cutaway Picture of the Finished Queen Mary 2:
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||December 14, 2002
Connecting the bulbous bow.
||January 17, 2003
Lowering the Library onto the bow.
||January 27, 2003
Already the height of conventional cruise ship, three more decks are added to the bow.
||February 5, 2003
A first glimpse of her true shape and size.
||February 13, 2003
A loving hand on her name.
Read our first article on the QM2
|Tonnage ||150,000 gross tons|
|Length ||1,132 feet|
|Beam ||135 feet|
|Beam (at Bridge Wings) ||147.6 feet |
|Draft ||32 feet, 8 inches|
|Height ||236.2 feet (keel to funnel)|
|Passenger Decks ||17|
|Speed ||28.5 knots (maximum 30)|
|Number of Passengers: ||2,620 normal passenger capacity (lowers)
3,090 total passenger capacity (uppers and lowers)|
|Ship Personnel: ||1,253|
|Officers ||British and International|
|Social Staff ||British and American |