Tribute to Cunard’s QE2 Dvd

Following 39 years of continuous service and a recent uncertain history during lay-up in Dubai, we delve into the history of Cunard's most famous liner - the QE2 (Queen Elizabeth II).

This programme is a tribute to this wonderful ship which became part of life for so many crew and passengers alike.

The liner was a familiar part of Southampton's port as she docked on a regular basis to disembark passengers before embarking more in the afternoon for the next voyage.

Commodore Ron Warwick relays his part played as master of the vessel from 1990 until 2003 and his involvement on the QE2 in the Falklands conflict.

Including interviews with Commodore Ron Warwick and the team from 'QE2 London' hoping to bring the liner back to the UK.

We look at the ship as she docks and begins the process of re-loading stores and passengers.

We go on board after her major refit in the early 2000s and discover the emotional splendours as the vessel departs from Southampton on her final normal departure for New York.

We witness the great, but sad, occasion of QE2's last day in Southampton and all the tributes paid during the day.

We finish with a look at Cunard's new liners, especially Queen Mary 2 on her inauguration day in 2004.

See the interiors and the wonderful send off in the evening on her maiden voyage.

A famous gathering of QE2, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria in Southampton during April 2008 and the great fireworks send-offs ends our special programme.

Approx. 58 minutes.

This  dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner - Kingfisher Productions.

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