MS Queen Elizabeth is a Vista-class cruise ship operated by the Cunard Line. She is the second largest ship constructed for Cunard, exceeded only by Queen Mary 2, and is capable of carrying up to 2,092 passengers. The ship is running mate to Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2.
Queen Elizabeth is a modified design and she is slightly larger than Queen Victoria, at 92,000 GT, largely due to a more vertical stern.
The ship’s name was announced by Cunard on 10 October 2007. Since the retirement of Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2008 the company has operated three vessels. The naming of the ship as Queen Elizabeth brings about a situation similar to that between 1940 and 1948, when Cunard’s original Queen Elizabeth was in service at the same time as the Royal Navy battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth. The Royal Navy plans to introduce the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth into service in 2016, six years after this ship joined the fleet.
- Name: Queen Elizabeth
- Owner: Carnival Corporation & plc
- Operator: Cunard Line
- Port of registry:
- 2011–present: Hamilton, Bermuda
- 2010–2011: Southampton, United Kingdom
- Ordered: October, 2007
- Builder: Fincantieri Monfalcone Shipyard, Italy
- Cost: UK£350 million (approx.)(US$560 million)
- Yard number: 6187
- Laid down: 2 July 2009
- Launched: 5 January 2010
- 11 October 2010
- by Queen Elizabeth II
- Completed: October 2010
- Maiden voyage: 12 October 2010
- In service: October 2010
- Callsign ZCEF2
- IMO number: 9477438
- MMSI number: 310625000
- Status: In service
- General characteristics
- Class and type: Vista Class cruise ship
- Tonnage: 90,901 GT
- Length: 294 m (965 ft)
- Beam: 32.3 m (106 ft)
- Draught: 8 m (26 ft)
- 16 total
- 12 accessible to passengers
- Installed power:
- 4 × MaK 12VM43C
- 2 × MaK 8M43C
- 64,000 kW (combined)
- Two ABB Azipods (2 × 17.6 MW)
- Three ABB bow thrusters (3 × 2,200 kW)
- Speed: 23.7 knots (43.9 km/h; 27.3 mph)
- Capacity: 2,092 passengers lower beds, 2,547 maximum passengers
Queen Elizabeth Cruise Ship Map Installation
- Download Queen Elizabeth Cruise Ship Map
- This will take you to the Media-fire website where you can download the .zip, .rar or .7z file
- On Windows, use keys Windows+R and then typing “%appdata%/.minecraft/saves/” into the command line. (On a Mac, your save files are in: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves/). This will open the saves folder.
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