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Australian billionaire, Clive Palmer, announced this week that the he has appointed V.Ships Leisure as the official ship manager of his Blue Star Line’s Titanic II project.
Blue Star Line Chairman, Professor Clive Palmer, appoints V.Ships Leisure as ship management services partner for his Titanic II project. According to the Blue Star Line's press release, V.
Digital Storm has announced the Hailstorm II customizable desktop gaming PC. The high-performance rig is available in four different configurations — “Good,” “Better,” “Best,” and “Ultimate” — ranging from just under $3,000 to upwards of $8,000. The lowest configuration includes an Intel Core i7 3770K processor, 16GB 1600MHz RAM, and an Nvidia GTX 680 graphics [...]
The Hailstorm II’s base specs are already mean, but maxed it packs a Core i7 3.5GHz 6-core CPU, 32GB RAM, two 480GB SSDs and triple-SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN 6GB. Yes. Three of these. Hat Tip Link Price: $2,762+
Arctic has announced that its Accelero Hybrid, Accelero Xtreme III, and Accelero Twin Turbo II coolers are now compatible with NVIDIA’s newest video card, the GeForce GTX Titan. The Accelero...
Convicted fraudster and mother-looter Anthony Marshall was caught attempting to scam party-goers celebrating the building of the Titanic II. Marshall tried to hawk a century-old Astor family heirloom—one that he said was worn by his grandfather John Jacob Astor IV when he died aboard the Titanic in 1912. Show More Summary
Convicted mother looter Anthony Marshall is still appealing his one-to-three year prison sentence. And in the meantime? He's reportedly busy hawking family heirlooms of questionable provenance at parties for the greatest cruise ship of our time, the Titanic II. Brooke would not be amused! [ more › ]
We're happy to present this excerpt from one of our favorite sites, YourTango. Find out what editors would like to see if Jack and Rose were on board again. By now you've heard that the Titanic II, an exact replica of the doomed 1912 ocean liner, is due to set sail in 2016. Show More Summary
Last spring we told you about an Australian billionaire named Clive Palmer who announced plans to build the Titanic II. We didn't actually think he'd go through with it, but here we are. With new designs.
Artists' images have been released of the ocean liner, which is a replica of the ill-fated ship but with enhanced safety features.
By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – Australian mining entrepreneur Clive Palmer on Tuesday unveiled blueprints for Titanic II, a modern replica of the doomed ocean liner, although he stopped [...]
Titanic II is so identical to the first one that the only difference is that Billy Zane is now one of the poor people.
Thanks to global warming, Titanic II won't have to worry about icebergs.
Sure, Titanic II SOUNDS like a bad idea. But you have to admit, this is the PERFECT time to launch a new cruise ship.
Someone is building a Titanic II. In other news, I'm proud to announce my new company: Enron II.
Fingerstyle guitarist Sungha Jung, a Korean pop star whose YouTube videos have been viewed more than 635 million times, opened this week's Titanic II press conference in New York City with a performance of "My Heart Will Go On." TheShow More Summary
Your decade-old “King of the World” fantasies with Leonardo DiCaprio just got one step closer to reality. Australian billionaire Clive
Titanic II is not claimed to be unsinkable. White Star Line, the operator of the original Titanic, claimed the ship was designed to be unsinkable. Blue Star Line is declining to make a similar boast about the Titanic II. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, almost-billionaire Clive Palmer is creating the Titanic II for a maiden voyage [...]Show More Summary
Australian mining mogul Clive Palmer announced plans for the Titantic II, a brand-new, historically accurate replica of the Titantic, at a press conference Tuesday, and he’s got his heart set on having the 2,435-passenger vessel set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in 2016. Show More Summary