The Titanic, a luxury cruise ship that pours in the latest technology of the time and has a reputation for being an “unsinkable ship that even God cannot sink.” He left for a maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York on April 10, 1912, but four days later he crashed into an iceberg and caused many casualties. About 100 years after that, a project is planned for Titanic 2 to sail in 2022.
Equipped with a sufficient number of lifeboats and laser technology
The Titanic 2 has the same size, appearance, and interior, and the same cabin layout as the original has nine decks and 835 cabins and accommodates about 2,400 passengers and about 900 crew.
At present, a video of the second issue made with CG is published on YouTube. The modern and solid rooms are just like the world of the movie “Titanic”. The gorgeous staircase where Leonardo DiCaprio was waiting for Kate Winslet is also reproduced.
It is not only the hull that is the same as the first generation. The route is the same, with a planned Atlantic route from Southampton to New York. It may sound scary, but with enough lifeboats, state-of-the-art navigation systems, and laser technology, the tragedy of the first generation is likely to be avoided. He also plans to travel around the world.
Blue Star Line is creating a perfect example of Titanic experience. while providing to the latest safety measures, a navigation system, integrated into the 21st-century technology, the highest level offers a luxurious and comfortable journey of “the statement said in.
The project was announced in 2012, 100 years after the first sinking accident, and was announced to have been ordered by a Chinese shipyard, but has been suspended for economic reasons. However, the company announced in September 2018 that it had resolved the problem.
The unfortunate sinking accident flickers in the head, but the Titanic that attracts us and does not stop. There is no doubt that there will be a couple of couples who spread their hands at the bow after becoming the main character of the movie.