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Queen Mary Ship Closed to Tourists to Get 'Critical Repairs'

The retired Cunard ocean liner Queen Mary, is seen at its permanent mooring in the harbor at Long Beach, Calif., on May 15, 2015. The historic ocean liner Queen Mary, which has been a Southern California tourist attraction and hotel for decades, is being prepared for "critical repairs," the city of Long Beach said. The ship will remain closed, except for film location work, until the $5 million worth of repairs are completed, a city statement said Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. (AP Photo/John Antczak, File)
The retired Cunard ocean liner Queen Mary, is seen at its permanent mooring in the harbor at Long Beach, Calif., on May 15, 2015. The historic ocean liner Queen Mary, which has been a Southern California tourist attraction and hotel for decades, is being prepared for "critical repairs," the city of Long Beach said. The ship will remain closed, except for film location work, until the $5 million worth of repairs are completed, a city statement said Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. (AP Photo/John Antczak, File)
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Long Beach, Calif. (AP) -- The historic ocean liner Queen Mary, which has been a Southern California tourist attraction and hotel for decades, is being prepared for “critical repairs," according to officials in the city of Long Beach, which owns the ship.

The ship will remain closed, except for film location work, until the $5 million worth of repairs are completed, a city statement said Thursday.