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I'm sure the Titanic would of had a grand history followed by its retirement.
It would of been nice to have seen it restored and made a floating museum rather then scrapped as many others have seen later in life.
'Lying 450 miles south-east of Halifax in the North Atlantic the Titanic now sleeps in a deep frigid watery, grave two miles below the ocean's inviting surface. She had only completed 1451 miles of her 1901 mile journey. The exact co-orindates given when she sunk April 15, 1912 of 41o46' N, 50o 14' W are not those of her exact grave now that being 13.5 miles southeast what was given in 1912. The stern at 49o 56' 54" W, 41o 43' 35" N sits 600 feet away from the bow at 49o 56' 49" W, 41o 43' 57" N. The larger debris field is centered inbetween the wreck at 49o 56' 49" W, 41o 43' 32" N. "
The Titanic rests upon the Atlantic ocean floor, just off the coast of Newfoundland, at an enormous depth (12,600 feet).
This moneyed Australian Billionaire, should go for it. Good for the tourist economy in NFL., Canada, as was this anniversary cruise, just completed, costumes and all. Touring the Museum in Newfoundland, as well as the grave sites of those( almost 200 I believe) buried on Canadian soil, on that rock of an east coast island. I wouldn't be on any cruise with the Titanic connected to it. Nope.
The Titanic has a grand history, even siting 12, 600, on the ocean floor.