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The replica luxury liner will sail the exact same path the Titanic did before it sank.
Here's a crazy idea: Don't board any ship, boat, or floating plank of wood if it bears the name Titanic. Clear a wide berth. Go home. Go to bed. This is not the day you tempt fate, karmic retribution, and God's wrath on ...
 
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Experts believe that vital information was kept from passengers.
When the Titanic cast off from New York, it was labeled an “unsinkable ship.” On the night of April 14, however, the unthinkable happened when the 46,328-ton ship collided with an iceberg 400 miles south of Newfoundland and sank with over 1,500 ...
 
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A company in London will start offering Titanic dive tours.
In the grand tradition of planning vacations to places where a ton of people met their tragic ends—Civil War battlefields, Auschwitz, Chernobyl, the ruins of Pompeii—a London-based company is now selling diving tours of the Titanic shipwreck for 2018.The last tourists to ...
 
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A new documentary sources the root of the disaster to an enormous fire.
For more than 100 years, it's been believed that the RMS Titanic sank because the 'unsinkable' ship collided with an iceberg. Even the movie depicts that moment, showing Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio escaping the flooded lower decks, only to later plunge ...
 
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Town&Country takes a spin around Langkawi Island, Malaysia, for the ultimate Porsche Owners Club experience.
Langkawi’s main road runs a circular route around the island and it’s not a dull one. It takes you uphill, through blind corners, and steep foggy turns. It is nearly deserted if not for a few motorcycles and the occasional appearance of ...
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