RMS Queen Mary is a retired ocean liner that sailed primarily in the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard Line. In December 1942, Queen Mary was carrying 16,082 American troops from New York to Great Britain, a standing record for the most passengers ever transported on one vessel. While 700 miles (1,100 km) from Scotland during a gale, she was suddenly hit broadside by a rogue wave that may have reached a height of 28 metres. It was calculated later that the ship tilted 52 degrees, and would have capsized had she rolled another 3 degrees. The incident inspired Paul Gallico to write his story, The Poseidon Adventure, which was later made into a film by the same name, in which Queen Mary depicted SS Poseidon. Now this ship is located at Long Beach. Now, how long will this ship last?
300 Years After People: The RMS Queen Mary is still docked in Long Beach Harbor. It's steel hull has been weakeded after 3 centuries without maintenance, and in a strong thunderstorm it's smokestacks rip off and the entire ship splits apart and sinks into the harbor.