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Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise ship finally sold - and not for scrap!

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The latest news are that the currently owned by the Dubai's "Istithmar" holding QE2 ship is to be finally sold (luckily not for scrap) to another investment company from Singapore (Oceanic Group). I totally agree with those guys on the website about the Carnival lines Mardi Gras ship scrapping case - it's a shame to scrap the ocean liner history for cheap money when you can profit from these vessels even more by refitting them into hotels or museums. Thes are the info sources: I read about the QE2 ship news on this website
http://www.queenelizabethcruises.net/qe2-queen-elizabeth-2-ship/
but they obviously have it from the FT site at this link
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a76eee14-6007-11e2-8d8d-00144feab49a.html#axzz2IQ8TjJRz

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