Cunard returns to its spiritual home in Liverpool in 2015 to mark the 175th anniversary of its first scheduled passenger service to North America. The most famous shipping company in the world has crossed the Atlantic every year since, and its milestone will be celebrated with the most spectacular gathering of the Cunard Queens on the river Mersey. Cunard Queens on the Mersey marks the 25 year period in the company's history since the first call to the river by a Cunard Queen. In July1990, more than a million spectators thronged the banks of the river to greet Queen Elizabeth 2 during her mai--den call at Liverpool. Since that first call, QE2 returned a further eight times. The current flagship of the Fleet, Queen Mary 2, remains the largest ship ever to sail up the river. Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth each attract tens of thousands of spectators to Liverpool's World Heritage Site waterfront during their calls. Cunard Queens on the Mersey presents a pictorial record of each Cunard visit to Liverpool since 1990 using previously unseen images from the Cunard collecti--on, together with personal accounts from Commodores and Captains, other officers and personalities who have helped shape the maritime history of this of this world-fa--mous port which will forever be linked to Cunard.Reseña del editor:
Cunard, the most famous shipping line in the world, celebrates its 175th anniversary in 2015.Its first transatlantic service, starting with the paddle steamer Britannica, departed Liverpool in 1840. Every year since, in peace and war, Cunard ships have plied the route between Europe and North America.Liverpool was Cunard's world headquarters for 128 years and will forever be regarded as the line's spiritual home. Fittingly, in 2015, the city takes centre stage in the global celebrations to mark the historic anniversary.The remarkable homecoming of the three Cunard Queens - Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, gathered together for the first time on the Mersey - will live long in the memory, as will Queen Mary 2's recreation of the historic 1840 voyage from the Mersey to Halifax, Boston and New York.For the past 25 years, since one million people turned out to see Queen Elizabeth 2 pay her first call at Liverpool, Cunard's modern Queens have been regular visitors to the city, bringing guests and visitors from around the world.Queens of the Mersey charts the company's emotional links with Liverpool and each call to the city by a Cunard liner since 1990. It is a compelling publication for anyone who has ever worked for, sailed or dreamt of travelling with Cunard.
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