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QE2 TOUR AND
Above: The Boardroom was a multi-function room
on Boat Deck. It was used for meetings, receptions
and during the annual World Cruise, as a lounge for
passengers who are making the entire
circumnavigation. The Boardroom began life as an
art gallery and was subsequently the site of the
Left: QE2's synagouge designed by Misha Black. It
remained substantially the same throughout the
ship's career as when the ship entered service.
Left: The Library (originally the First Class Library) had a large an excellent collection of books. The room
was remodeled in 1994.
Right: The book shop offered maritime-related books, jewelry, and artifacts. It replaced the Card Room in
Left: The Computer Learning Centre on Two
Deck offered classes on computers and serves as
an internet cafe.
Most of the shops on QE2 were located on the balcony
area of the Grand Lounge (right). They included stores
offering jewelry, fashions, fragrances, duty-free liquor and
logo items. The original shopping area was further
forward on Boat Deck.
On One Deck was Traveler's Cove, which offered a
variety of merchandise and sundries (below). It began as a
jewelry shop but became a bar called Club Atlantic in
1972. Subsequently, it became a china shop and then in
1984, the first sea-going branch of Harrod's. It then
became a Cunard logo shop before becoming Traveler's
Above left: A large jigsaw puzzle which passing guests could make a stab at following was a feature of QE2 for
Above right: A ping pong table sits outside the Cruise Staff office.
Below left: The Tour and Travel Office handled shore excursions during cruises as well as arrangements for onward
travel for guests leaving QE2.
Below right: The Cruise Sales Office handled sales of future cruises on Cunard ships and acted as the center for
Cunard's repeat passenger program, the Cunard World Club. The Cruise Sales Specialists occupied a number of
locations over the years arriving at this site in 1999.
Above left: Although artwork was been sold on QE2 since she entered service, the last Art Gallery was of very recent
Above right: The launderette was as much a place for social interchange as it is for cleaning clothes.
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