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The QE 2 and the QM 2 Featured Sailing Print

The QE 2 and the QM 2

The QE2 passing the QM2 at Southampton. The end of an era in cruising was being marked today in a ceremony involving the QE2 and Cunard's new superliner the 150, 000-tonne Queen Mary 2 (QM2). At the ceremony, attended by Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, Cunard's flagship status was being passed from the 35-year-old QE2 to the 540 million QM2 which was officially named by the Queen in January this year

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SEA Three Queens4 Featured Sailing Print

SEA Three Queens4

Queen Mary II (nearest camera) steams past the other two liners in the Cunard fleet Queen Elizabeth II (left) and Queen Victoria at Southampton Docks today as the QMII leaves port. It is the only time that all three queens will meet in UK waters. The QEII will leave the company this November when she will sail to Dubai to be used as a floating hotel. Picture date: Tuesday April 22, 2008. Picture credit should read: Chris Ison/PA Wire

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Transport - First Channel Car and Passenger Hovercraft Featured Sailing Print

Transport - First Channel Car and Passenger Hovercraft

A bather on Boulonge beach, France, sees a new tourist attraction, the worlds largest Hovercraft, the Mountbatten class SRN4 which made a preview trip from Dover to Boulonge. Tomorrow, Princess Margaret inaugurates the hovercraft as the first cross channel car and passenger hovercraft service, between Dover and Boulonge and operated by British Rail Hovercraft Limited (Seaspeed). Day trippers will be able to have breakfast in Boulonge (arriving 0855) and spend over 10 hours in France (departing 1920) for only 3 return

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