LEGO® RMS Queen Mary 2 Ocean Liner MOC
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Downloadable Content: PDF Instructions Book & Parts List
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She is the last and only Ocean Liner in service! It came to my surprise that the RMS Queen Mary 2 is the last of her kind after the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner was retired and converted into a cruise ship a few years ago. It was also surprising for me to learn that there is a difference between an ocean liner and a cruise ship…
The updated and remodeled version of the Queen Mary 2 ocean liner features more details especially on the main deck and bow with the entire structure built to a scale of 1:1400.
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This product contains a fully detailed instructions book with a parts list.
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RMS Queen Mary 2 is a British transatlantic ocean liner. She has served as the flagship of Cunard Line since succeeding Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2004. As of 2017, Queen Mary 2 was the only ocean liner still in service.
The ship was officially named Queen Mary 2 by Queen Elizabeth II in 2004 after the first RMS Queen Mary of 1936. Queen Mary had in turn been named after Mary of Teck, consort of King George V. She was designed by a team of British naval architects led by Stephen Payne, and was constructed in France by Chantiers de l’Atlantique.
Queen Mary 2 was intended for regular scheduled crossings of the Atlantic Ocean; the final cost was approximately $300,000 per berth. Queen Mary 2 has a maximum speed of just over 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) and a cruising speed of 26 knots (48 km/h; 30 mph), which is faster than a contemporary cruise ship.
Queen Mary 2’s facilities include fifteen restaurants and bars, five swimming pools, a casino, a ballroom, a theatre, and the first planetarium at sea.