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Red arrows salute Queen after Queen after Queen ...

The Red Arrows saluted Cunard's three Queens, Mary 2, Elizabeth and Victoria as they departed Southampton in convoy on 10 August.

It was the first time in Cunard’s history that guests were able to see Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform a fly-pass while onboard.

The fleet also received a memorable and unique send off from the yachtsmen and spectators at Cowes and the Royal Yacht Squadron.

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The Red Arrows see Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria off in style as they leave Southampton in convoy Pictures courtesy of Christoper Ison, Cunard
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Posted on 19th August 2018 at 12:23 pm in Cruise Lines | Cunard Line |

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