Green light for Titanic II - maiden voyage planned in 2018

 
Green light for Titanic II -  maiden voyage planned in 2018
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A replica of the famous ship Titanic becomes a reality.

It is the Australian billionaire Clive Palmer and his company Blue Star Line that is behind the project to build a replica of the Titanic.

The plans for the ship was presented already in 2012, with a planned launch in 2016. However, in April 2015 it appeared the project was on hold due to constant delays.

Now the Daily Mail reports that Titanic II nevertheless will become a reality.

In 2018, the ship is scheduled to sail from Jiangsu in China to Dubai. The project will cost 300 million pounds, writes the Daily Mail.

Titanic II is as similar to the original as possible, which sank on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York in 1912.

The interior will give a feeling of being in 1912. The ship will, as the original, be divided into first, second and third class cabins, dining rooms and living accordingly.

A television, for example, will therefore not be included in the rooms. The vessel also includes a Turkish bath and a fitness room with contemporary equipment.

Unlike what modern cruise ships often have; several deck pools, the Titanic II, as the original, only offer one indoor pool.

Here are some progress images from the Blue Star Line website:

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