11th April 2012

Belfast today becomes the focus of the world’s attention with a special memorial Titanic cruise setting sail 100 years on. This coincides with the opening of a fantastic new Titanic visitor centre, a great new visit for school trips to Belfast Today marks the 100th Anniversary of the doomed voyage of the Titanic. Family and relatives of those that were lost on that day have decided to remember the famous maritime disaster in a unique way this year, by retracing the steps of the titanic on a memorial cruise. The Cruise, held aboard the MS Balmoral, is set to follow the exact route the Titanic took, with a memorial service held at the site of the sinking. A number of passengers even decided to dress up in period costumes to gain the full experience; however, with tickets costing around £8000, it is a costly venture. A new £94 million pound Titanic centre has also just been unveiled in Belfast. Set to tell the story of the ship, from its birth, in the very place the centre stands, to its premature end in the waters of Newfoundland. The exhibition is set to be extremely popular, attracting visitors and increasing the number of school trips to Belfast from around the country and beyond. The Titanic has become an extremely popular history subject in schools due to the unique story surrounding it and also being one of the worst peacetime sea disasters in history. Why not take a school trip to Belfast today to experience the new Titanic centre first hand? Adaptable Travel is now arranging school trips to Belfast, Home of the Titanic. Visit the shipyards where it was built and visit the new museum that explains the history of the passenger liner, followed by a bite to eat at one of the many Titanic themed pubs and restaurant. Contact Adaptable Travel today for more information or to arrange your next school trip to Belfast.

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