Titanic II & Sinking
June 8, 2011 by staff
Britain’s Mark Wilkinson, 44, had to be rescued from the port of West Bay, Dorset, United Kingdom, as she clung to the boat sinking.
“If not for the Port Authority, I would have sunk with the Titanic,” Wilkinson told The Sun. “Everything is a little embarrassing – I’m sick of people ask me if I hit an iceberg.”
Wilkinson had bought the boat second-hand, named the Titanic II, and decided to take him out fishing, reported The Sun. A large hole in the hull of fiberglass on their way back to port.
The “unsinkable” ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg in 1912 on its maiden voyage to New York, 1517 people was killed.
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