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3,430 Photos of Queen Mary 2

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Good afternoon!
We're so excited to share photos -- 3,430 of them (including 313 of cabins) -- from a recent Transatlantic Fashion Week sailing onboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.
Click here to check it out:
QM2 Photographs
Hope you enjoy!
Christina

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Christina Janansky
Associate Producer
Cruise Critic

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That's a lot of great photos! Thanks so much for sharing. I am booked on the Fashion week cruise next Fall with my daughter and sister. What did you think of it? Edited by Whirled Peas

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Thank You Christina, excellent photos. They bring back many happy memories of the Fashion Crossing.

I've even spotted myself in one or two of them :D



Bell Boy :)

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You actually took over over 3,400 photos in a week ? That's almost 500 a day. You pretty much spent your entire trip taking photos !

Maybe the days of a camera with a roll of film (24 normally) was not such a bad idea after all ?

[I've just noticed you have said multiple photographers. But even so....] Edited by ToadOfToadHall

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Wow what a beautiful ship!! [emoji76] I will have to check out future sailings. I had no idea they had a Veuve Cliquot champagne bar! ❤️


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Great photos, thank you so much for taking them and organising them so well.
The webpage is a brilliant resource for any interested in QM2.

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There seemed to be a significant difference in the bathrooms of the Britannica Club stateroom and the obscured view stateroom. Are we certain they were both club? Great photos. We're considering the QM2 next year and this gives us a lot of information.

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[quote name='cjanansky']Good afternoon!
We're so excited to share photos -- 3,430 of them (including 313 of cabins) -- from a recent Transatlantic Fashion Week sailing onboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.
Click here to check it out: [url]http://www.cruisecritic.com/photos/ships/queen-mary-2-qm2-294/[/url]

Hope you enjoy!
Christina

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Christina Janansky
Associate Producer
Cruise Critic[/QUOTE]


A great selection of photos well catalogued - as Hattie said a brilliant resource for people wanting to know more about QM2 - thank you

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[quote name='cjanansky']Good afternoon!
We're so excited to share photos -- 3,430 of them (including 313 of cabins) -- from a recent Transatlantic Fashion Week sailing onboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.
Click here to check it out: [url]http://www.cruisecritic.com/photos/ships/queen-mary-2-qm2-294/[/url]

Hope you enjoy!
Christina

________________

Christina Janansky
Associate Producer
Cruise Critic[/QUOTE]

I've noticed over the past year or so you have done this for many ships. Is there an easy way to find out what ships Cruise Critic has documented so completely?

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Thank you for these photos. I sailed on the QM2 in June/July on her first voyage after their refurb. It was my first voyage & I was blown away (not literally!)
The 360 pics of the cabins are excellent. Bringing back memories.

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Great photos some of the best I've ever seen of her!

I don't think I like her refurb colour schemes though... Which is disappointing. Not as "classy" as I had hoped, almost leaning on the tacky side. Certainly could have done more than what they did and could have chosen better decor, colours & schemes. Almost everything should have been touched. Now the cabins have this whole half new, half old look to them, with new colours up against the old sun damaged beach wood yellowing walls. It's very apparent in the QG suites as some of the walls around the bed are now a new grey like colour but the rest of the walls are the original yellowing colour. The bathrooms also haven't been touched. My last Voyage was in 2015 and we were in a Q6, had a fantastic room and we were upgraded for free from PG so no complaints from me, but if I had paid full price for a QG I would have asked for a refund. The room was a dump, especially the bathroom... I actually felt embarrassed for Cunard charging the over inflated prices they do and couldn't understand how the QM2 wasn't already ripped out of service to have a total make over and fix up! I supposed at least now she probably feels newer onboard. I wonder if a lot of the fixes were just "band aid" fixes though? Did they fix the pot holes? the leaky roofs? for example..

cheers

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Great pictures! These will be very useful to cruisers who have not yet sailed the QM2 and who want to get a close-up idea of what one can expect. I often look for pictures before I book a particular ship and seldom find any as good and extensive as these.

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