Forest Park Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rhinefield Road, Brockenhurst, New Forest, SQ42 7ZG, United Kingdom
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67%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
9%
31
Very Good
35%
114
Average
23%
75
Poor
14%
46
Terrible
17%
55

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Couples45
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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QE2 TECHNICAL STATISTICS

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"GENERAL INFORMATION"

Name: Queen Elizabeth 2
Gross Tonnage (1969): 67,129 tons
Gross Tonnage (2003): 70,372 tons
Length: 963 feet
Witdh: 105 feet, 2 inches
Builders: Upper Clyde Shipbuilders
Keel Laid: July 4, 1965
Launched: September 2, 1967, by HRH Queen Elizabeth II
Maiden Voyage: May 2, 1969
Port Of Registry: Southampton, England
Official Number: 336703
Signal Letters: G.B.T.T.
Owners: Cunard Line Limited
Maximum Passenger Capacity: 1777 persons
Standard Crew Capacity: 1040 persons
Service Speed: 28 knots
Top Speed: 32.5 knots

"MACHINERY"

Diesel Engines: 9 x 9 Cylinder Diesel
Diesel Builders: MAN B&W, Augsburg, Germany
Electric Motors: 2 x 350 tons, one on each propeller shaft
Boilers: 9x Exhaust Gas; 2x Oil Fired
Output at Propellers: 2x outward turning LIPS Controllable Pitch
Bow Thrusters: 2 stone kamewa, 100 hp per unit 6.65' vpp
Stabilizers: 4 Denny Brown
Fuel Consumption: 18.05 tons per hour (433 tons per day) on 9 diesels
Rudder Weight: 80 tons
Forward Anchors: 2 at 12 1/2 tons
Cables: 2 at 4" by 12 shackles
Aft Anchor: 1 at 7 1/4 tons
Cables: 1 at 3" x 8 shackles

"TANK CAPACITIES"

Fresh Water: 1,852.0 tons
Diesel Oil: 206.8 tons
Ballast: 4,533.0 tons
Fuel Oil: 4,381.4 tons
Laundry Water: 489.0 tons
Lubricating Oil: 335.7 tons
Feed Water: 113.8 tons

"MORE INTERESTING FACTS"

QE2 is the flagship of the British maritime fleet
QE2 is the last ocean liner to be built in the United Kingdom
QE2 has made well over 1000 voyages
QE2 is worth over $700 million
QE2 has 20 lifeboats and 56 liferafts
QE2 is the largest consumer of caviar in the world
QE2 is the 6th largest ocean liner ever built
QE2's launch was celebrated as a public holiday in all countries of the former British Empire

"QE2: A CITY AT SEA"

4,500 square yards of deck space
13 decks
13 elevators
13-car garage
hospital with complete medical services
florist
daily newspaper published aboard
laundry facilities
kennels
The Greenery Florist
Seinsers Beauty Salon
Computer Learning Center
Business Center
2 outdoor swimming pools
Health Spa
Health Club
QE2 Signature Shop
Royal Promenade Shopping Mall
foreign exchange bank
Louis Feraud Tuxedo Rental Shop
Harrods of London
20-channel television
children's playroom
7-12 Club
video arcade
910 passenger cabins
direct-dial capabilities via Comsat
E-mail service for passengers
Fax service for passengers
8 bars
7 restaurants:
Queens Grill
Princess Grill
Britannia Grill
Caronia Restaurant
Mauretania Restaurant
The Lido
The Pavilion Cafe

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 Forest Park Hotel

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Address: Rhinefield Road, Brockenhurst, New Forest, SQ42 7ZG, United Kingdom