Post by MadameConcorde on May 29, 2015 12:32:30 GMT -5
Dancing Queens! Cunard's Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth cruise ships join the Queen Mary 2 in Liverpool for a synchronised 'river dance' celebrating the company's 175th anniversary
The world's grandest ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2, has docked in Liverpool for the Bank Holiday celebrations The Three Queens, which include the Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth vessels, are together for the first time Thousands gathered to watch ships perform a synchronised 'river dance' before Red Arrows flew overhead
The world's largest and grandest ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2, was joined for the first time ever on the River Mersey by fellow fleet members the Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth for an unprecedented 'dance' in celebration of Cunard's 175th anniversary.
Although the festivities have been going on for the past three days, the main event took place in Liverpool on Monday with a precision manouevre by the three vessels in front of thousands of spectators.
After their rotation the ships formed a spectacular arrowhead formation, then posed for the cameras before arranging themselves three abreast for the first time in any body of water.
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