At 150,000 gross tons, the Cunard liner Queen Mary 2 is the largest, longest, widest, tallest passenger ship ever built. She accommodates 2,620 passengers and is home to 1,253 crew. She features sweeping staircases, expansive promenades and luxurious accommodation––three quarters of the cabins have private balconies. The QE2 also features ten dining areas, the world’s first floating planetarium, the largest ballroom at sea and the biggest wine collection afloat. Her total length is 1132 feet (345 meters), 236 feet high (72 meters) and 14 passenger decks. She is taller than the Statue of Liberty and the Tower of London. She is also the first ship of her type built since Queen Elizabeth 2 being a true ocean liner rather than a cruise ship. With her long, slender hull, deep draft and powerful engines, Queen Mary 2 has been designed to cross the North Atlantic between Southampton and New York in six days.
This precision kit of 45 pieces is unassembled. Includes detailed hull with many structures; 4 engine pods with propelling screws; structural details on main deck; detailed swimming pools with an optional decal; representation of tennis courts; detailed deck superstructures and detailed funnel; Radomes; 8 launches, 14 lifeboats and 2 small speedboats; foredeck with two cargo cranes. Paint and cement are not included. Instructions are illustrated and highly detailed for step-by-step progress. Each component is numbered to a specific sequence of assembly. Colorful and accurate decals/transfers are included to bring the ship’s unique details to life. Display stand with decals included. Skill 3. Finished model is nearly a foot long (28.7 cm).
Revell kits are divided in three categories making it easy for you to select the right model.
1. easy, snap kits not requiring any glue or paint.
2. simple kits with up to approximately 30 parts to glue and paint.
3. intermediate skill with up to 100 parts.
4. kits up to 150 parts for more experienced modelers.
5. difficult with over 150 parts requiring a high level of skill.
Notice: Fragile items are packed carefully to prevent damage and may require additional postage.