Titanic Anniversary Cruise 2012
December 29, 2011 by staff
Titanic Anniversary Cruise 2012, The 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s tragic sinking on its maiden voyage will be retraced next year by a unique new cruise, one hundred years to the day it originally happened.
It’s a voyage that could be considered morbid, but in fact all 1,309 places on the Titanic memorial cruise sold out a year ago, with the top tickets selling for as much as $9.300.
According to the trip’s planners the most poignant part of the new journey (which will sail with the same number of passengers as on the original voyage) will come seven days into the trip.
On April 14, 2012 – one hundred years to the very day in 1912 that the ship’s lookouts shouted: ‘Iceberg, right ahead!’ – the passengers on this remarkable new voyage will experience a chilling echo of history.
When an iceberg hit the Titanic’s starboard side disaster struck and the ship sank at 2.20 A.M. on April 15. 2,224 passengers and crew had come aboard for the maiden voyage and 1,514 died.
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