Titanic Belfast

“Titanica” by sculptor Rowan Gillespie

“Titanica” by sculptor Rowan Gillespie

“She was fine when she left here.” Indeed, the largest “unsinkable” ship in the world was A-OK when she departed on her maiden voyage fresh from the Belfast shipyards of Harland and Wolff. What happened then became legend.

Titanic Belfast traces the doomed ship from conception to building, christening to departure, sinking to myth and everything in between. Is it worth going out of your way to see? Click for review.

© 2013 Michele Erdvig
“Ireland Travel Expert”
Web: IrelandYes.com
Harland & Wolff Crane Belfast

Harland & Wolff Crane Belfast

 

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast

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Author: Michele Erdvig

Michele has done and seen it all in Ireland. Specializing in Ireland for over 40 years, she is one of the foremost Ireland travel experts in the United States. She writes guidebooks and blogs about Ireland, creates custom Ireland itineraries and dispenses free advice on her Ireland Travel Forum. www.IrelandYes.com

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