Titanic II will trace the same route as the original Titanic


Here's one for the I'm Not So Sure About This One file. 

The Titanic II is set to make its two-week maiden voyage in 2022, and construction of the replica recently resumed after a financial dispute held up the $500 million project for several years.

The ship, which will feature the same cabin layout as the original, will sail from Dubai to Southampton, England and then on to New York, tracing the North Atlantic route of its doomed namesake, which sunk on April 12, 1912, less than three hours after sideswiping an iceberg.

On the one hand, I'm NOT a superstitious person. I bet this ship is beautiful and I'd totally love to see it up close. On the other hand, something about it just feels kinda weird. 

What do you say? If money were no object (I'm sure the tickets ain't cheap, considering the ship cost a half a billion dollars!), would you make the trip? 


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