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The 83, 000 ton Cunard-White Star Liner 'Queen Elizabeth' cast off her moorings Featured Titanic and Ocean Liners Print

The 83, 000 ton Cunard-White Star Liner "Queen Elizabeth" cast off her moorings

The 83, 000 ton Cunard-White Star Liner "Queen Elizabeth" cast off her moorings and Southampton and slid slowly from her berth to begin her maiden passenger voyage to New York. A great crowd on the quayside gave the ship a rousing send off, other vessels at Southampton Water sounded their sirens in farewell as she gathered speed. Overhead half a dozen aircraft circled the "Q.E.", agleam in her new paint, as she steamed down the Solent to show the world the determination of Britain to hold pride of place in luxurious high-speed ocean travel.
Picture shows crowds watching at Southampton as "Queen Elizabeth" leaves her berth on her maiden passenger voyage across the Atlantic.
16 October 1946

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Princess Elizabeth launches The 34, 000 ton Cunard White Star Liner 'Caronia', larger Featured Titanic and Ocean Liners Print

Princess Elizabeth launches The 34, 000 ton Cunard White Star Liner 'Caronia', larger

Princess Elizabeth launches
The 34, 000 ton Cunard White Star Liner 'Caronia', larger ship now building in the world, was launched at John Brown's Clydebank shipyard today (Thursday) by HRH Princess Elizabeth, who was accompanied by her fiance, Lt Philip Mountbatten, R.N. They were afforded a tumultuous welcome by thousands lining the route as they drove to the yard. The new vessel is 714 foot long, has nine decks, and is to be fitted with a radar. Clifford Bodin single funnelled
, the 'Caronia' will form, with the 'Mauretania', a second string for the two 'Queens' on the North Atlantic route. The ?3 million ship well will accommodate 1000 passengers and will become an important dollar earner for Great Britain.
Photo shows, the hull of the Caronia moves gracefully over the yard as she goes down the slipway to take the water during her launching at Clydebank today (Thursday).
31 October 1947

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Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret, performing her first public function unaccompanied Featured Titanic and Ocean Liners Print

Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret, performing her first public function unaccompanied

Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret, performing her first public function unaccompanied by other members of the Royal family, today, successfully launched the 28, 500 t union Castle liner "Edinburgh Castle" at Belfast. It was a perfect launching ceremony, and when the 17-year-old princess pressed a lever on a platform in Harland and Wolff's shipyard, and swung a bottle of South African wine against the stem of the ship, the liner slid down the slipways into the waters of Belfast Lough. When completed, the Edinburgh Castle will take up service on the South African run.
Picture shows: a stern view of the Edinburgh Castle taken across Belfast Lough as the great liner slid into the water after the launching ceremony this afternoon.
16 October 1947

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