In its first big "reveal," Cunard Line announced in March a plethora of details on its upcoming Queen Elizabeth -- and released the first batch of artistic renderings of the ship's planned interior. This is Cunard's third new ship in six years and is the second largest ship ever built by Cunard during the company's history.
Speaking at a press conference in London, Cunard President and Managing Director Carol Marlow said the 90,400-ton, 2,092-passenger ship will feature "art deco flourishes from the past." The new liner is positioned to recreate the golden era of cruising and pay tribute to past Cunard Queens and Royal links with its new ship, Queen Elizabeth. The traditional red funnel will remain.
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Read the first glimpse on Queen Elizabeth.
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--Photos are artistic renderings; all appear courtesy of Cunard Line.