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Cunard’s flagship ocean liner Queen Mary 2 will celebrate her first ten years of service in 2014.
Since her naming by Her Majesty the Queen in January 2004, Queen Mary 2 has undertaken a total of 419 voyages including over 200 Transatlantic Crossings and called at 182 ports in 60 countries and has sailed the equivalent of three times to the moon and back.
Queen Mary 2 has remained unchallenged as the world’s largest, longest, tallest, widest and most expensive ocean liner ever built and the most famous and fastest passenger ship in operation today.
At 1,132 feet in length Queen Mary 2 would be taller, if stood on her stern, than the Shard in London (the tallest building in Western Europe), and would be over three times the height of St Paul’s Cathedral and she boasts over four times as many rooms as the Dorchester Hotel.
The major ten anniversary celebrations will begin on May 9th 2014 when all three ships of the Cunard fleet will arrive together in their homeport of Southampton and sister ships Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth will salute the flagship’s first ten years.
The day will feature special sail-pasts, a celebratory lunch and a spectacular fireworks as all three ships set sail together from Southampton that evening, with Queen Mary 2 leading the way.