RMS Queen Mary

THROUGH CREATIVE EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES, QMI SHALL PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE LAST SURVIVING OCEAN LINER OF ITS ERA, THE HISTORIC RMS QUEEN MARY.

Built in Clydebank, Scotland in 1934, the RMS Queen Mary serves as a tribute to the thousands of people who worked together to build her, despite the crippling effects of the Great Depression. To her community then facing poverty, the RMS Queen Mary represented their passage back to security, stability and hope.

From community vision, the result is the greatest ocean liner ever made.

World War II (1940 -1946) came and the ship proudly steamed into service as “The Grey Ghost”. The RMS Queen Mary remains the troop transport ship of our “Greatest Generation” And holds the distinct honor of transporting more human beings than any other ocean liner in history.

From 1947 to 1967, the ship regained her youthful ocean life with her last voyage transporting her to the beautiful City of Long Beach, California.

Her guests desire the opportunity to travel back to an era of extraordinary living, if even in one’s own mind. Original design features, architectural concepts and historic artifacts mark the ship as the only remaining maritime museum, hotel and attraction in the world.

Consider each area of the ship as just one chapter in a vintage novel, with each space offering its own history, experience and intrigue.

For QMI and our fellow Ocean Liner Enthusiasts, it’s always been and will continue to be about securing the legacy of the RMS Queen Mary for generations to come. God Save the Queen!