The QE2 opens as a floating hotel in Dubai

Arguably the most famous passenger ship of the 20th century, the Queen Elizabeth 2, is set to begin her new life this week as a floating luxury hotel when it makes a “soft” opening on April 18. The last of the Atlantic liners, the 70,000 gross ton Cunard steamship will never set to sea again, but she will continue to operate as an upmarket accommodation, tourist and dining attraction, and museum center at Mina Rashid on the Dubai waterfront under the management of the government’s Ports, Customs and Free Zones Corporation through PCFC Hotels…
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