The QE2 cruise ship is about to open as a resort in Dubai

It has taken virtually a decade, nevertheless it appears to be like just like the world-famous Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) cruise ship is about to turn out to be a everlasting resort and museum in Dubai. While there has been no official announcement but, a model new web site, has simply gone reside, and it states that Queen Elizabeth 2 Dubai is coming quickly, and it’ll provide ‘a new level of hospitality’ and provides clients a ‘royal experience.’

The QE2 arriving into Dubai in November 2008. Image: Barcroft Media/Getty Images

The QE2 first set sail in 1969 and has carried 2.5 million passengers and coated virtually six million miles in her stellar profession. She left Southampton in England amid nice fanfare, and arrived in Port Rashid, Dubai, in November 2008 on the finish of her remaining voyage. There had been grand plans for her to be rebuilt and re-open as a floating resort at that stage, however these had been scuppered by the results of the global recession.

Inside the Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) cruise liner because it rests in port in Dubai in November 2008. Image: Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images

However, it has been clear for some time that one thing is stirring. The ocean liner has been quietly present process a serious refurbishment, and cranes and development and cleansing crews have been noticed engaged on the ship. Signs pointing to ‘Queen Elizabeth 2, hotel main entrance’ and “visitor parking” are on show, utilizing the identical brand that’s displayed on the web site, and the outdated cruise terminal has been rebranded with Queen Elizabeth 2 indicators.

The QE2’s remaining departure in 2008 from Southampton, England. Image: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

It is believed that the ship will turn out to be a floating resort and museum, displaying memorabilia from one of the crucial well-known cruise ships to ever set sail. Reports say that it might even open within the first half of the 12 months. To hold up to date on additional news, try the web site right here.

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