Don’t worry, you haven’t missed the boat.
If the recent centennial of the Titanic sparked your interest, there’s still plenty of time to take part in the celebratory activities and exhibits launching around the globe — particularly in the picturesque cities the ship passed through during its brief life afloat.
A prime destination is Belfast, which proudly boasts that dockworkers built the storied ship there between 1909-11. At the time, it was the largest moving man-made object on earth.
Despite recent political turmoil, the Northern Ireland capital is reclaiming its title of the “Titanic Quarter” with walking tours, river cruises and exhibits at the White Star Line offices, where plans for the luxury liner were originally drawn up. For another taste of Titanic, restaurants offer versions of the last meal served on the doomed vessel.
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