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If you try to count the windows of this model... it probably has more than a thousand! An amazingly detailed model of this beautiful Queen Mary II was all hand-built using the plank on frame method. The craftsmen spent more than 200 hours on this model. It has all the details on the hull and deck area. You can see smokestack, swimming pool, lifeboats, windows, rails, anchor, antenna, navigation, propellers... a thousand different parts. Please do not think that the propeller was put in incorrectly. This propeller is actually can turn around to pull or push the ship. Also, look at the front propellers. They are used to help this ship navigate easily in narrow areas.
L: 40 W: 5.5 H: 13 Inches
The Queen Mary II, the largest and most luxurious passenger ship ever built, was to take to the seas for the first time on the 25th of September, 2003. This primary endeavor was for a series of tests ahead of her maiden voyage in January. This liner, which was the first Cunard ship to be assembled outside of Britain, left the dock in the western French port of Saint-Nazaire for several trial runs between the off-shore islands of Ile dYeu and Belle-Ile. The Queen Mary II - which can accommodate some 2,600 passengers and 1,250 crew members - is 345 meters long and 41 meters wide, and stands as high as a 23-story building. The 150,000-ton vessel includes a spa, five swimming pools, 2,000 bathrooms, 3,000 telephones, 4,500 steps along hundreds of works of art. It generated enough power to provide electricity for a city of 300,000 residents. Cunard, owned by the US cruise group Carnival, paid around 800 million dollars for the vessel. By comparison, the Titanic was 269 meters long, 28 meters wide, and a gross tonnage of 45,000 tons.
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