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The Titanic: 100 Years Later

A century later, the Titanic is still a worldwide obsession. Revisit its port of departure in Belfast and the largest permanent exhibits in the US, as we remember the "Ship of Dreams."

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Photography by Courtesy of Titanic Memorial Cruises

On April 8, 2012, the MS Balmoral -- operated by Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, whose parent company (Harland and Wolff) built the Titanic -- will set sail from Southampton, UK, on what is being billed as “the Titanic Memorial Cruise.”

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