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While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

(OP)
Titanic II To Duplicate Voyage Of Original Ship In 2022

Hopefully, the sequel won't end like the original.


https://www.huffpost.com/entry/titanic-ii-duplicat...

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RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

The guy who proposes to build this ship, Clive Palmer, has similar credibility to the Huffington Post. He has a record of buying resort properties and industrial companies and running them into the ground. The people of Townsville would like to lynch him for closure of Queensland Nickel. He is a failed populist politician who is again filling our radio times with bombastic commercials. He has a lot of money, gained in shady mining deals, and likes to lord it over us common folk, all the time trying to convince us he is on our side. I don't know how he acquired the venerable "Blue Star Line" label.

RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

I predict no iceberg but maybe an outbreak of Legionnaires disease or maybe a collision with a Greenpeace boat.

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RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

What hokie66 said.

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RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

"Titanic II To Duplicate Voyage Of Original Ship In 2022"

Hopefully, they don't duplicate ALL of the voyage of the original.

RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

Bring on the icebergs - The new Titanic will be stocked with plenty of lifeboats.

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RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

First locating and then placing a suitable iceberg in position is an interesting challenge.

Bill
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RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

Hmm. What next, a new lighter-than-air craft "Hindenburg Zwei"?

RE: While not yet a 'disaster', it might still prove interesting to keep an eye on the 'Titanic II'...

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Titanic II is set to make its first voyage from Dubai to Southampton, England, sometime in 2022. It will then head to New York along the North Atlantic route the original ship took before sinking in the early morning of April 15, 1912, less than three hours after hitting an iceberg.

This is not very well written, is it?

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