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In 1935, the TS Queen Mary was renamed Queen Mary II to allow the name Queen Mary to be used by the Cunard liner.
The ship will leave New York on the Queen Mary II and travel to Maine and Nova Scotia.
The dining room of the Queen Mary II will be set with Waterford crystal and Wedgwood china through a partnership with the tabletop company that was brokered in the United Kingdom, where Waterford Wedgwood is headquartered.Twenty SKUs and 33,000 pieces of crystal stemware will be supplied to the Queen Mary 2 as part of the project, as well as 34,000 of dinnerware on Rosenthal's Epoch shape.
Designed for 10,000 passengers or inhabitants, with tennis courts, shops, restaurants, cinemas and an internal yacht harbour, the proposed vessel dwarfs the world's largest liner, the 2,620-capacity Queen Mary II, currently being built by Alstom at Saint Nazaire on the French Atlantic coast.
Just before that, the yard had suffered a serious set-back in losing an order for the biggest-ever cruise liner - the Queen Mary II - from Cunard to the French shipyard Chantiers Navals de l'Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire.
English bishop of the nonjurors (clergy who refused to take the oaths of allegiance to William III and Mary II in 1689) and the author of a celebrated attack on the immorality of the stage.
In 1689 William of Orange established himself as William III of England, ruling jointly with his wife, Mary II. His chief aim in life was to beat Louis XIV, and he had no hesitation in using English resources for this purpose.
Born at Brielle, he went to sea at an early age; commanded Dordrecht in De Ruyter's fleet during the bloody Four Days' Battle (June 11-14, 1666); commanded the Dutch flotilla at Goeree in the Rhine-Meuse estuary (1672), and was sent to the Mediterranean to retrieve the remnants of De Ruyter's fleet after its commander was killed (July 1676); transported Princess Mary (the future Queen Mary II) from Holland to England (November 1688); commanded a squadron at the battle of La Hogue (May 29, 1692); fought with distinction at the battle of Vigo Bay (October 14, 1702), and later assisted at the successful siege of Barcelona (September 18-October 6, 1705); named lieutenant-admiral of Holland and West Friesland (1708); he died in 1711.
LOCAL volunteer Kathleen Woodside won a well earned treat - setting sail on the Queen Mary II as part of the ECHO Three Queens competition.
ANSWERS: 1 Can You Feel The Love Tonight; 2 Formula One motor-racing; 3 Estonia; 4 A particular blend or batch of wine; 5 William III and Mary II; 6 The donkey; 7 Duckface; 8 Vitamins; 9 Chris Eubank; 10 Glen Campbell.
After Viv and Derek Ebbage, both 68, escaped the liner on a lifeboat, Derek booked a surprise four-day trip to Germany on the Queen Mary II to "lay their ghosts to rest".
FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS 1694: Queen Mary II died from smallpox, leaving William to reign alone.