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The Queen Mary to Set Sail Again?

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That just may happen, if a new company gets control of the famous, now docked, ship. From the Press Telegram: "Another development company hopes to buy the Queen Mary and has grand plans for the ship - restoring it to seaworthiness and turning it once again into a luxury ocean liner. Is that plan a pipe dream - one in a seemingly endless series of plans and proposals for the Queen Mary that never came to fruition - or would city leaders actually consider selling the vessel that has been a symbol of Long Beach for more than four decades?"

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