June 10, 2011 by staff 

TITANIC II SINKSTITANIC II SINKS, When the name of a ship of the Titanic II and sinks on its maiden voyage, is the closest you can get to the real. Mark Wilkinson figure fishing in Dorset, England, West Bay Harbour on the second hand 16-foot yacht, which he called Titanic II, according to the Christian Science Monitor.

Instead of smooth sailing, the Titanic II followed the same fate as his namesake and sank to the bottom of the harbor. Do not hit an iceberg like his predecessor did in the icy waters of Newfoundland, its fiberglass hull collapsed in the harbor. Repair in the old and the ship released was filled with water.

Wilkinson was able to carry out the Titanic II for a fishing trip, do not break up until your way back in. The Coast Guard found Wilkinson clings to the bow of the sinking of the Titanic II quickly and safely evacuated off him cabin cruiser sinks. This might say something to tempt fate, this would be like naming you plane, the Hindenburg.

Titanic artifacts remain a major attraction for museums and other exhibitions. Foxwoods Casino last year held an exhibition of artifacts from the Titanic in Mashantucket, Connecticut complex. This exhibition was rather with a steady stream of visitors come every day while it was open.

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