I'm wondering if anyone reading this message if you have any interest going aboard the QE2 in her final year of service? In her final 2 months of service the QE2 will be doing 4 cruises and 2 transatlantic crossings.Sept.30,2008 QE2 will be doing a 10 day Farewell to British Isles Cruise. Oct.10,2008 QE2 will be doing a Westbound Tandem Transatlantic Crossing with the QM2 to New York. Oct.16,2008 QE2 will be doing the Eastbound Tandem Transatlantic Crossing with the QM2 to Southampton. Oct.22,2008 QE2 will do a 5 day cruise to France and Spain. Oct.27,2008 QE2 will do a 15 day cruise to the Mediterranean.And on Nov.11,2008 QE2 will do her final cruise which is a 16 day Liner voyage from Southampton,England to Dubai,U.A.E. I have absolutely no interest in going aboard the QE2 for the final voyage because I think that a lot of the passengers and crew will probably be very depressed that the last great superliner built in Great Britain and in the 20th Century is ending her sailing days to become a floating hotel in Dubai and that the feeling aboard the QE2 for that final voyage will be one that feels like being aboard a floating funeral home.I will try to see I can get aboard for one of the 2 transatlantic crossings but I will not be disappointed if I am not able to get a booking.That is because these final QE2 sailings from Sept.30,2008 to Nov.11,2008 will not be put on sale until Wednesday June 27,2007 9:00AM New York Time which would also be 2:00PM London Time.I think when that time arrives there will be a mad rush to the telephones to try to get bookings for those final QE2 voyages and the Cunard phonelines will be swamped with many people calling at the same time.If I can't get a QE2 booking for one of the transatlantic crossings then I'll try to see if I can get aboard the QM2.If I am able to get aboard the QM2 it would be great standing on the deck of the first Cunard Queen built in the 21st Century looking across the water at the last Cunard Queen built in the 20th Century.