Titanic 2012

Bill Willard

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Paul is correct, and the trip staterooms are already being sold.

We will have an ROV on site for 6-8 days, and will link the live images to our ship, the Azamara JOURNEY.

Go to www.voyages-to-remember.com

Our trip offers something different than the trip leaving from Southhampton on an EXCELLENT ship at a much more reasonable rate. We have descendants of survivors who have committed, and more invitations are pending.

Bill
 
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From Cruise Critic:

The Theme: Voyages! Titanic 2012
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The Dates: April 10-18, 2012

Details: If you can't fly to Southampton to retrace the voyage of the Titanic, you can still take part in commemorating it. On this eight-night cruise aboard Azamara Journey, you'll have the opportunity to sit in on lectures about everything from the ship's construction to the passengers and survivors...
More at http://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=1020
 

Bill Willard

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Frank Goldsmith will be on our trip with us. He is the son of "Frankie" Goldsmith, the grandson of Emily Goldsmith, and will tell stories about his father and grandmother.

Phil Gowan will be with us as well. Phil's knowledge of the passengers and crew is tremendous.
 

Bill Willard

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We've heard from a descendant of Laura Cribb and John Hatfield Cribb who expressed interest in traveling with us on the Voyages! Titanic 2012 cruise.

The Cribb story should be a unique addition to our lineup!
 

Bill Willard

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For the cruise leaving out of Boston:

The willTiger Corp and Azamara have reached an agreement extending the cruise by one additional day. The trip now leaves on April 9, returning April 18.

Join us!
 
Dec 2, 2000
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From Baird Maritime:

Shipping’s debt to the best-known wreck
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It is a terrible thing for the shipping industry to admit that the world’s best-known ship - the one that members of the public will always cite when asked to name a merchant ship - is the ‘Titanic’. It seems an awful condemnation upon one of the world’s most essential industries that of all the hugely successful, commercially brilliant and technically astounding ships that have emerged from shipyards over the past 100 years, everyone remembers the one that lasted a matter of weeks after its delivery, sinking with heavy loss of life on its maiden voyage.
More at http://www.bairdmaritime.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10654:shippings-debt-to-the-best-known-wreck&catid=113:ports-and-shipping&It emid=208