Finally, Titanic II set to sail in 2022!

Titanic II to sail soon:

We all remember the iconic Titanic and the tragic accident related to it. The ship was stunning and we all wish that we could travel in it once. Now finally after a long wait a replica of the ship of dreams, the legendary Titanic is all set to sail through its maiden voyage in 2022. The Australian Company Blue Star Line, officially made an announcement related to their most controversial initiative in a press release.

The Chairman of the company said: The ship will follow the original journey, carrying passengers from Southampton to New York, but she will also circumnavigate the globe, inspiring and enchanting people while attracting unrivaled attention, intrigue, and mystery in every port she visits.” She titled it: “The ship of peace represents the reconciliation of man”,

According to the reports, the majestic Titanic II would closely have the designs and infrastructure of the infamous vessel which sank in 1912 following a collision with an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. Titanic II will be sailing through the route of the doomed cruise vessel that carried 2200 people aboard from Southampton, England to the New York City.

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To avoid the historic tragedy situation that took lives of hundreds of people, Titanic II will be outfitted with many lifeboats. It would also have a welded, not riveted, hull as well as modern navigation and radar equipment.

Giving the details the Blue Star Lines said that the nine decked ship will have 853 cabins where 2435 passengers could be accommodated. People can buy the first, second and third-class tickets for the dreamy voyage, just like in the original.

Blue Star Line, will recreate the famous ship in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the launch and untimely fate of the Titanic. It will have every luxurious thing along with modern amenity, 21st century technology and the latest navigation and safety systems.

We wait for the ship to sail!