Career (UK)
Name: RMS Queen Elizabeth
Owner: Cunard White Star Line
Operator: Cunard White Star Line
Port of registry: Template:Country flag2
Operator: Cunard White Star Line
Ordered: 1936
Builder: John Brown and Company
 Clydebank, Scotland
Laid down: December 1936
Launched: 27 September 1938
Christened: 27 September 1938
Maiden voyage: 3 March 1940
Identification: Radio Callsign GBSS
Fate: Fire
General characteristics
Type: Ocean liner
Tonnage: 83,673 gross tons
Displacement: 83,000+ tonnes
Length: 1,031 ft (314 m)
Beam: 118 ft (36 m)
Height: 233 ft (71 m)
Draft: 38 ft (12 m)
Installed power: 160,000 horsepower driving four propellers
Propulsion: Steam Turbine (Single Reduction Gear)
Capacity: 2,283 passengers
Crew: 1,000+ crew

The RMS Queen Elizabeth was a Cunard ocean liner. It's sister ship is the RMS Queen Mary. The ship was sold

to Seawise Foundation for use as the first on the seas school Cruise ship. However the Seawise Universtiy (former

Queen Elizabeth) sank in Hong Kong Harbor. The Wreck lies just next to the Hong Kong Cargo Port. The Remains

are the Q and E taken from the bow and are now a memorial on New York's Water Street.