Queen Mary 2 "QM2" is the first liner to be built since QE2 35 years earlier. QM2 entered service in January 2004 and is the largest, longest, widest, tallest and most expensive passenger liner in history.

No ship has ever been designed like QM2, a liner which sets the benchmark for others, extends the boundaries of ship design, and which is the most powerful and fastest since Cunard's own QE2. QM2 is a technically advanced machine far ahead of any passenger ship in service today, and will be so for some many years to come.

QE2 and QM2
Southampton, 20-Nov-2005
© S Warwick

QM2 Webcam - the latest view from the bridge of QM2

For information about QM2's illustrious predecessor QE2 see the QE2 Home Page

Maritime books by Sam Warwick & Mike Roussel:
Shipwrecks of the Cunard Line (2012), The Union-Castle Line - Sailing Like Clockwork (2015) and Shipwrecks of the P&O Line (2017).
Please visit www.linerwrecks.com.