Queen Mary 2 To Boast MacGregor Galleys

Monday, March 12, 2001
MacGregor has landed a contract valued at more than $11.5 million to supply the vessel's galleys, bars and walk-in pantries for Cunard's Queen Mary 2 - the 150,000 gt vessel to be built by Chantiers de l' Atlantique.

MacGregor's Passenger Ship Division will supply and install 14 bars, 43 walk-in pantries, eight galleys and 14 buffet outlets throughout a 4,070 sq. m area. Approximately 2,866 components will be installed in total, weighing 323 tons.

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