HONG KONG — Offers of more than $1 million have come in from people wanting to be the first passengers on Titanic II, say representatives of the Australian billionaire who plans to build a high-tech replica of the doomed ship.
A diagram provided by The Blue Star Line shows the preliminary plans and drawings for the Titanic II. It would retain the first, second and third-class divisions of the original and include a new "safety" deck. (AFP Photo)
A spokesman for mining tycoon Clive Palmer said on Saturday that his shipping company had received inquiries from people in the US, Britain, Asia and South America.
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