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Re: Do you think that they will ever try to re-create a functioning version of titanic
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first of all i really appreciate that so many people like me are truly and passionately dedicated to TITANIC.making a look alike and fuctional ship like TITANIC is not impossible but no one will try to...its very sad to say but its true...but still why to make one when u have one..bit far but still.. how about recovering it back from bottom.ya i know iam talking something impossible then again by any chance can she be dismantled in there and raced to surface??
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First of all the Titanic has been in the ebyss for over 80 years and with so much salt in the ocean the Titanic is no more.The salt has dissolved much of the Titanic would be very impossible to do anything except let her be.Our hearts go with the people and crew and families who lost there lives as the Titanic was sinking that cold night but again there is no way of even bringing it up soon the Titanic will be part of the ocean floor.
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No other ship has captured the world's attention, quite like the Titanic ship. The White Star Line had taken great care to publicize the fantastic engineering of the Titanic and the world waited with baited breath for the ship to make her first voyage. The disaster and the mythology that has surrounded it have continued to fascinate millions. <br />--------------
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It's doubtful anyone would want to invest in it. The likelihood of a return is slim to none. Or just none. Would a ship like Titanic really be able to attract enough customers today? Titanic was equipped only to ferry passengers between continents in the early-twentieth century, not cater to today's fun fun fun-demanding cruisers. I'm guessin' fares collected would hardly make a dent in the building and operating costs.
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I would seriously doubt that the RMS Titanic will ever become a reality it would cost to much to build to much for the man hrs. put in to it.As bad as the financial market is there is just no-way it will happen
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Re: Do you think that they will ever try to re-create a functioning version of titanic
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YES!

Our organization is attempting just that.

I invite you all to visit us at www.sstitan.org.

Thank you!!

Sincerely,
Joseph Ricker
Chairman
SS Titan Foundation
Posted on: 2008/11/16 6:54
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A teenage girl came up to me at one of my book signings at Titanic: The Experience in Orlando, Florida. She said, "I'd love to get on board Titanic." As crazy as that sounds, I had to agree. And looking back, I think that was in part the driving force behind Titanic: Relative Fate, my mystery/suspense novel that considers what would happen if another Titanic were to set sail today. "The disaster was just due to a combination of circumstances that never occurred before and can never occur again. That may sound like a sweeping assertion, yet it is fact."--Commander Charles Lightoller, Titanic's senior surviving officer. Victoria King
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