SNEAK PEAK: Inside The Fully Functioning Replica Of Original Titanic Set To Sail In 2018


If like me, you were a HUGE fan of the movie you will be jumping up and down after reading this. Titanic, the ‘ship of dreams’ sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic ocean in 1912, over a hundred years ago. Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has now set out on a £300 million mission to rebuild a fully functioning replica. The plan is to launch an aesthetically identical Titanic II, equipped with the modern safety and navigational features. Like the original the ship the replica will be 270-metre-long, 53-metre-high, and it will offer first, second, and third-class tickets.

1. The grand staircase, in the first class section.stairs

new stair

2. The Cafe Parisienne.old cafe Parisiennenew cafe

3. Titanic was one of the first ships to have a swimming pool.old simming pool

new swimming pool

4. First class dining room.old dinning room

new dinning room

5. First class rooms.old rooms

new rooms

6. The bridge has been replicated but not for actual usage.old bridge

new bridge


7. First class smoking room that was only for men…smooking room

8. It will even have an edwardian style gym.gym9. More picture showing the intricate details…inside of shipship room


If it sets sail Titanic II will being its jounrey in 2018 from eastern China to Dubai, instead of Southhampton to New York. There will 2,435 tickets up for grabs, and 900 crew members (slightly more than the titanic itself) with increased lifeboat capacity.

The original Titanic sank following a collision with an iceberg and more than 1,500 passengers died as a result.

For more info on the rebuild watch the video here:

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