Originally Posted by Millermob
I think anyone who has been on the QE2 will find it hard to lose the sentimental value that came with such an experience.
I have and I found it quite easy to lose the sentimental value. I wasn't disapointed but I wasn't very impressed with the interior.finish, I didn't see it as perticularly luxurious.
At the end of the day it's an old ship that isn't cost effective to run anymore, I think I miss Concorde more but understand why she bit the dust!
I think what's happened to her is quite fitting for a famous old ship, she's continuing to have a life and there is nothin wrong with what happenned to the Queen Mary.
I must admit it seem more appropriate for the funnel to be cut off if the ship went to Israel
It's a more noble end than the Torrey Canyon had that's for sure at least the QE2's driver got away with running aground twice
Before you open your mouth
gArfie no I wasn't a fkkn stowaway