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Queen Mary Information for 2012 Global Open Water Swimming Conference Attendees

Queen Mary Information for 2012 Global Open Water Swimming Conference Attendees

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Published by Steven Munatones
http://openwaterswimming.com

The RMS Queen Mary is the selected site of the 2012 Global Open Water Swimming Conference.
http://openwaterswimming.com

The RMS Queen Mary is the selected site of the 2012 Global Open Water Swimming Conference.

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Published by: Steven Munatones on Apr 20, 2012
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destination queen mary
 
qm
 N 33° 45' 52"W 118° 10' 23"
December 9, 1967
The Queen Mary arrives in Long Beach, California.
September 28, 2009
The Queen Mary joins the Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts portfolio.
Date to be DetermineD
Your next meeting aboard the Queen Mary.
may 28, 1930
John Brown & Company, LTD., of Clydebank,Scotland, selected as builder.
may 27, 1936
The Queen Mary embarks on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City.
auguSt 3-15, 1938
Won the Blue Riband back from the Normandie on her 48th round-trip voyage for being the fastest ship.
 july 25-30, 1943
Sets record for the most people traveling aboard a ship during one crossing at 16,683.
 
A Legend Lives On
Company, LTD., in Clydebank, Scotland, the Queen Mary was appointedwith every measure o elegance.From the time o her maiden voyage in 1936, the Queen Mary wasregarded as the only way to travel by the elite o high society. At amassive 81,237 tons and 1,019.5 eet in length, she accommodated upto 2,000 passengers in pampered luxury. With the outbreak o WorldWar II, she was commissioned into service to carry more than 765,000troops and travel more than 560,000 miles, playing a substantial role inevery major Allied campaign. Following the war, she resumed her placeas the monarch o the waterways. Retired in 1967, she was purchasedby the City o Long Beach, Caliornia, where she is permanently berthedtoday as a unique leisure and meeting hotel.There was a time when transatlantic passage aboard an ocean linerwas the most luxurious way to travel the world. Movie stars, headso state, millionaires and royalty alike sailed the oceans while enjoyingworld-class amenities and service. At the helm o the ocean travelindustry, Cunard ound its eet depleted by World War I commissions.Plans began or THE QUEEN MARY
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and her sister ship, the QueenElizabeth, in 1930. These ships were imagined to be the biggest,the grandest and the ultimate in luxury liners. Built by John Brown &
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