QM2

AcronymDefinition
QM2Queen Mary 2 (cruise ship)
QM2Quartermaster Second Class (naval rating)
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QM2 was last seen in its spiritual home in 2015 when 800,000 people came to see her and her sister ships Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth for Cunard's 175th anniversary celebrations.
Inspirational 'correction', however, lay close, courtesy of the QM2, whose sumptuous restaurants provided endless ideas for our big project.
Twelve years after equipping the QM2 with original propulsion motors, GE was chosen to carry out multiple crucial upgrade activities on Carnivals flagship liner, for example: a controls upgrade, the replacement of oil distribution boxes on steerable pods, modification of harmonic filters and general maintenance on the propulsion plant.
Many are returning to America on board QM2 this week.
The Cruise Traveller has a trip that not only fulfils both your wishes - four nights over the new year in New York with a seven-night cruise back to the UK on the QM2 - but offers the chance to see the Northern Lights in Reykjavik.
The QM2's passengers expressed their delight at the luxuries offered to them onboard, as well as the places they got to see en route.
Le QM2 est un paquebot transatlantique mis en service en 2004 pour assurer la ligne reguliere Europe-Amerique du Nord.
The QM2 sails regularly scheduled crossings between New York and Southampton, England, between April and late November, Cunard spokeswoman Jackie Chase said in an email.
(Helped by the fact I had a reasonable pair of sea legs, I'm sure.) Rain was pouring down as we joined the QM2 in Southampton but the boarding was painless and our luggage arrived in our room just minutes after we had.
The Queen launched the second Queen Elizabeth, the QE2, on the Clyde in 1967 and also named the QM2 at Southampton in 2004.
The Queen launched the QE2 in 1967 and was in Southampton to name the Queen Mary 2 (QM2) in 2004.
Recently, the Queen Mary 2 (QM2) called the Port of Charleston.