QM2 Is So. Cal. Bound in 2006

Ship set to sail to South America, Mexican Riviera, Hawaii and Los Angeles.


The Queen Mary 2 will leave the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in 2006 to sail around Cape Horn, South America, and up the Pacific coast to Los Angeles.

Between January and April 2006, the ship will sail to several ports in South America, to the Mexican Riviera, Hawaii and Los Angeles.

Multiple itineraries are available along the route, including a three-night “West Coast Escape,” Feb. 22-25, 2006, roundtrip from Los Angeles to Ensenada, and an 11-day “Royal Hawaiian Liner,” departing Feb. 25, that sails roundtrip from Los Angeles to the Hawaiian Islands.

The QM2 is the largest, longest, tallest, widest and most expensive passenger vessel ever built. It currently sails Atlantic and Caribbean cruises out of New York and Florida.

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