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Q.E. 2: 1969 - 1978 World Cruise

Product Description

Cunard Line: A deluxe brochure for the QE2's 1978 world cruise - in this case called "The Great Pacific & Orient Cruise".

Inside the glossy stock covers are thirty-six pages covering the ship, destinations, and rates. The opening pages feature a great aerial view showing the QE2's deck lay-out circa 1977. The first set of penthouse cabins are installed, but more would be bolted on later in 1977, with the final suites added in 1987. Also, the Quarter Deck pool still has teak decking and is minus the Magrodome sliding roof. The next eight pages are filled with large color photography of her interiors. Views include the Library, Midships Bar, Souvenir Shop (wouldn't you love to shop in there today!), Q4 Nightclub, the Double Room, Queen's Grill, Princess Grill, Columbia Restaurant, Lido Bar, and seven views of different cabin types including the recently added Queen Anne Suite. These views show the mostly original 1969 decor which was substantially changed in later years. In the back are rates. For the full 90 day cruise from New York the luxury duplex penthouses cost 150k while an inner twin down on 5 Deck was priced at nine grand.

Also included is a fold-out deck plan, the type with the orange cover, showing all passenger decks of the QE2.

Very good condition.

$35.00
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