Cunard’s New Sub Website is Fit for A “Queen”

Wednesday, September 10, 2003
Cunard Line has just launched a completely new sub-website dedicated to its magnificent Queen Mary 2, the world's largest, longest, tallest, widest and – at $780 million – the most expensive passenger liner ever built. The site features the latest in navigational tools and substantially new interactive content; it is now possible to take a tour of the vessel that won't even be launched until January 2004.

The site, which has been completely redesigned and enhanced, features virtual imagery that enables users to tour the grand liner, get a panoramic view of public rooms and cabins and even watch a movie of the grand vessel’s construction milestones.

To access the new Queen Mary 2 sub-website, visitors go to www.cunard.com and click on the QM2 logo at which time they will be re-directed to the QM2-specific area, which features a second, larger QM2 logo.

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