Green Sea Shipbuilding Establishment

Sunday, December 09, 2007

QUEEN VICTORIA RETURNS TO THE WATER AS HER NAMESAKE ARRIVES IN SOUTHAMPTON!









Saturday morning at Chapparral Lake in Scottsdale, Arizona, the R.C.S. QUEEN VICTORIA returned to the water. It had been 5 months since her last sailing. She sailed in a brief window of time between the rain of Friday night/Saturday morning, and the winds that followed. In fact, the voyage had to be cut short due to rising winds. Nevertheless, I got some great pictures of the ship as she appears now. Since her last voyage, I have added the black balcony railings of her superstructure staterooms. She looks even more like the real thing.

Speaking of the real thing, the Cunard Line's new R.M.S. QUEEN VICTORIA arrived in Southampton England last week, and begins her Maiden Voyage on December 11th, (UK time), which is December 10th here in America.

I wish insurmountable success to the new Cunard Queen and hope to see her with my own eyes when she visits Los Angeles next year!

2 Comments:

At 12:41 AM, Anonymous modelboatman2 said...

Well done AGAIN ,been awhile since your last sail nice to see your still at it.No pics posted yet on my site but working on it.

Don
modelboatman2

 
At 9:52 PM, Anonymous Barrett said...

Nice to see you didn't give up on me! Thanks for checking in. Got some of my videos on Youtube. Look for greenseaships. That's me.

 

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