Three years’ work before QE2 is re-born

//Three years’ work before QE2 is re-born

More details are emerging of what the QE2’s new owners are planning to do to the ship before she re-emerges as a floating hotel in Dubai.
Nakheel Hotels, who paid $50 million to buy the liner from Cunard, have plans which will prolong the vessel’s life for another 50 years.
At the Seatrade Middle East Cruise conference, Manfred Urspringer, boss of the newly formed Nakheel subsidiary QE2 Enterprises, said: “QE2’s arrival in Dubai is not the end for the most famous liner in the world, but a new beginning.

By | 2008-12-17T16:00:45+00:00 17 December 2008|Cruise News|0 Comments

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