Cunard's Commodore Warwick Retiring

Commodore Ronald Warwick, well known to many luxury agents, will retire on July 31, 2006 with 36 years of company service after hosting his final transatlantic crossing on the Cunard flagship, Queen Mary 2, from New York on July 24. The Commodore and his wife, Kim, will host a variety of functions during the six-day voyage. Special lunches will be held in the Commodore's honor in both New York and Southampton, England and all passengers will take part in a Commodore's Dinner during the voyage complete with commemorative menu. Commodore Warwick followed in the footsteps of his late father, Commodore William Warwick, who sailed as master of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, and was also promoted to Commodore of the fleet, in 1970.

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