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RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH ocean liner model


When the 84,000-ton RMS Queen Elizabeth was launched in 1938, she was the largest passenger ship ever built. 

Before becoming known as one of the world's most luxurious ocean liners, RMS Queen Elizabeth was used to transport British troops in World War II.  She sailed all around the world, deploying troops and returning with German POWs.  By war's end Queen Elizabeth had carried over 750,000 troops and traveled some 500,000 miles.

With the  release from government duty finalized, the RMS Queen Elizabeth finally set out on its maiden passenger voyage to New York on Oct. 16, 1946.  She became a hugely popular and glamorous ship that was frequented by many famous people. 

Queen Elizabeth's reign as the largest passenger ship only ended in 1997 when Carnival launched the 101,000-ton cruise ship Destiny.   She held the record for 39 years!



Like all of our ocean liner models, this RMS Queen Elizabeth model has the following distinguished qualities:

-  Scratch built from official plans
- Superior hollow hull construction (very important), weighing less than 20 lbs  (A solid hull of this model would be over 50 lbs and would need 2 people to carry and a fortified table to accommodate.)
- No computer printing paper deck
- Windows are cutouts, not black decals
- 95% wood and metal

49" L x 15" T x 7" W   $2,500     S & H is $150

Add  light feature:  $200        

For display case, please click here: Model Ship Display Case



I am mailing you to let you know that I received my model today.  Also to say how delighted I am with it.  The detail is just superb. It brings back many memories for me as I was a crew member aboard her in 1958/1959, so she is rather special to me.

Many many thanks to all concerned.

Best regards
Len Crisp
Sept 22-2008