The world’s largest transatlantic ocean liner is also a cruise ship. Drone video by pilot Stratus Imagery out of the United Kingdom documents the massive vessel from above.
The ship was docked at Liverpool before embarking to New York City. The Queen Mary 2 is the largest ocean liner ever built. It was named after Mary of Teck by Queen Elizabeth II in 2004.
Owned by carnival and constructed in France by Chantiers de L’Atlantique, the ship was designed for routine crossings of the Atlantic Ocean. This required a different design and 40% more steel than a traditional cruise ship.
The impressive accommodations include fifteen restaurants and bars, a theater, a ballroom, and the first planetarium at sea. The Queen Mary 2 currently has voyages available for booking through April 2021.