QM2 gets a slippery bottom

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Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 should be making good speed on her first Transatlantic crossing after a wash and brush up in dry dock.
Her hull has received a new coat of slippery silicone paint – it took 35,000 litres to do the job – and her four propulsion pods received a service.
Passengers will also find wi-fi connectivity for laptop computers in the cabins, and mobile phones can now be connected via satellite from anywhere in the world.
Mobiles will not work in the restaurants, the Royal Court Theatre, the Illuminations planetarium, or the Queens Room ballroom. Thank goodness some places are sacrosanct.

By | 2008-11-18T22:34:41+00:00 18 November 2008|Cruise News|0 Comments

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