Uploaded on Feb 18, 2012
The Queen Mary was one of Cunard's cruise liners, which was decommissioned in the 1970s and has been in Long Beach Harbour ever since.
It offers daily tours where you can explore the ship and discover the history and mystery of the ship.
Whether you are interested in art deco design, history, it's World War II service or paranormal investigations, it's unique tours will give you an in-depth look at the ship's past.
0:03 - Photographs of some of the famous people who sailed on the Queen Mary.
0:31 - One of the ship's 16 ton anchors.
1:14 - S. S. United States items.
2:25 - Replicas of the Queen Mary's Bedrooms and Dining Rooms.
4:58 - Top deck and panorama over Long Beach.
6:35 - Music Room and Galley.
7:29 - Main Hall on the Promenade Deck.
8:35 - Officers Quarters on the Sports Deck.
10:51 - Times of when the Queen Mary horn is sounded.
10:59 - The Bridge and Wheelhouse.
11:57 - Original plot map of the Queen Mary's Westbound Maiden Voyage - 27th May to 1st June 1936.
12:33 - Officer's rest area.
12:56 - W6RO Wireless Radio Room - a modern Amateur Radio Station operated by the Association Radio Amateurs of Long Beach.
13:57 - Ship Communications Exhibit.
14:15 - Lifeboats.
14:38 - Massive funnel.
14:53 - The Grand Salon on R Deck - the ship's largest and most luxurious salon.
16:47 - Night time with the ship lit up.
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