QM2 was introduced in 2003 to the great fanfare, as the largest, longest, grandes and most expensive ocean liner ever built. She replaced the beloved QE2 on the transatlantic run and has become a firm favourite around the world, her popularity soaring with eache new port she visits. Her interiors and fourteen spacious decks put QM2 head and shoulders above the rest and hark back to the golden age of ocean liners. Cunard experts Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross present the full story behind this great liner, from her concept as the next generation of ocean liner to her world-breaking achievements. With full colour photographs and fascinating facts, this is a must-have for all those who love ocean travel.
|Publication date:||1st October 2010|
|Author:||Rachelle Cross, Chris Frame|
|Publisher:||The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Ships & boats: general interest,|
Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross have previously written QE2: A Photographic Journey, QM2: A Photographic Journey and The QE2 Story for The History Press.More About Rachelle Cross, Chris Frame