QE2 in Curacao at the Mega Pier
QE2-Captain Christopher Rynd and Staff Captain Hamish Elliot as we were transiting the Panama Canal.
QE2-Cabin 1012, One Deck
QE2-Bathroom Cabin 1012, One Deck
Helen was our cabin stewardess. She had been on the QE2 for 18 years and was wonderful.
QE2-Midships Lobby Two Deck. Arriving passengers were greeted here by stewards and waitstaff
Caronia Dining Room. They had decorated it with country flags. We just referred to it as "Baked Alaska on Parade" night.
QE2-Caronia Restaurant. We were fortunate to be seated at the Captains Table which was located directly below the mural at the far end of the restaurant
We were seated at the captain's table in the Caronia Dining Room. Lucille was the head waitress and Brian was her assistant. They provided the very best dining service we had ever experience. Lucille was from a french town by the border of Germany and Brian was from Bombay.
Captain's Quarters. Since we dined at the Captain's table we were invited to his quarters for drinks. It appeared to be an office with a couple of couches, desk, computer. We were greeted by Captain Rynd and given champagne.
QE2 Mauretania Restaurant The statue in the center is White Horses of the Atlantic Ocean by Althea Wynne.
QE2-Book Store Quarter Deck
QE2 Library-Quarter Deck
QE2 Grand Lounge-Upper & Quarter Decks
QE2 Thalassotherapy/Hydrotherapy Pool-Six Deck
QE2-Outdoor Pool on One Deck
QE2-Indoor Pool in the fitness center Seven Deck
QE2 Sun Deck taken from the only outdoor bar when the ship left service
Pool on One Deck stern
QE2-Sports Center, Boat Deck
QE2 Cruise Sales Office
QE2 Children's Room. There were very few children on this trip.
QE2 Laundry room. This was as much a social area as it was for laundry.
QE2 This ironing area was adjacent to the washers/dryers. These happy ladies included Mary Mastony (far left back) is also known as the "QE2 Diva" and the "Soprano of the High Sea".
QE2 Pavilion We dined here for many breakfasts and lunches.
QE2 Youth Chill Out Room
QE2 Royal Promenade