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SS Nomadic – Belfast

SS Nomadic – Belfast

SS Nomadic – Belfast
Built to tender passengers to the Titanic from the port in Cherbourg, France, the ship’s story began in the Belfast shipyards. It went on to become a war hero, a floating Paris restaurant, a casino, and now one of Belfast’s best authentic Titanic artifacts… and the last remaining White Star Line ship. Every tour should include a visit to the levels above and below deck, as well as a stop in the boat’s bathrooms which include reproduction T. Crapper toilets.

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