We Can't Wait for Queen Mary 2

| Mar. 17, 2003
� � Queen Mary 2 Spotlight Page
The largest, longest, widest, tallest and most expensive passenger vessel ever constructed.

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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.
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
Crew International
Social Staff British and American
Read our first article on the QM2

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