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Like RMS Titanic, Titanic II will offer first, second and third class tickets.
Late on the morning of 14 April 1912, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg leading to the ship sinking less than three hours later, a disaster that resulted in the loss of more than 1,500 lives.
Join us Twitter @ Last year, RMS Titanic collaborated with some of the world's leading experts in the most technologically advanced expedition to the Titanic, undertaking the first comprehensive mapping survey of the vessel with 3D imagery from bow to stern.
The 1,273-ton SS Nomadic steamship, used by the White Star Line as a tender for the liners RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, has returned to the Harland & Wolff yard in Belfast to undergo a pounds 2m restoration - 100 years after she was constructed there.
Twenty years after Dr Robert Ballard had the first sighting of the massive hull of the RMS Titanic, Deep Ocean Expeditions is offering adventurers the opportunity to see the once opulent ship.
After making the highest-grossing movie ever, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, Cameron returned to the depths of the Northern Atlantic in 2001 - with unmatched camera drones and technology - to explore the bowels of RMS Titanic.
Queenstown in Cork, now known as Cobh, was the last port of call for RMS Titanic.
The ruling against the firm RMS Titanic Inc came three days before the 90th anniversary of the sinking of the luxury liner in 1912.
Researchers are anchoring the science behind biodeterioration by exploring the growth of rusticles on the submerged RMS Titanic.
Eighty-six years after the RMS Titanic scraped against an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, researchers are still trying to unravel the mystery of what happened on that fateful night.
McDowell is being sued by RMS Titanic Inc, the US firm who own salvage and photography rights to the liner.
Yet, given the inevitable fact that Titanic artifacts would be brought up sooner or later, it appears--from what I have seen and heard, and again from the article, "Titanic Today" (USA Today, March 1995) --that RMS Titanic, Inc.