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Titanic: 100 Years Later

The Menus on Titanic: Mmmm, Corned Ox Tongue …
Cruise food sure has changed in the 100 years since Titanic's ill-fated voyage. With the anniversary here, the Internet has been abuzz with details of what it was like for passengers prior to the tragedy. Read more.

What Is It About Titanic That Keeps People Coming Back?
Why, exactly, do so many people feel a connection to the 20th century's best-known cruise ship disaster? And, in particular, why does the commemoration of the tragedy take on a "celebratory" air? Read more.

News: Ships Mark Titanic Anniversary at Site of Tragedy
Passengers on two cruise ships retracing the route Titanic sailed on its fateful journey mark the anniversary of its sinking. Read more.

Titanic Theme Cruise Sailing One-Third Empty
Spokespeople from Miles Morgan Travel (Mr. Morgan pictured left) have revealed that there are just 440 passengers sailing on the memorial cruise on Azamara Journey -- which holds 694 passengers at double occupancy. Read more.

Video: A Look Inside Titanic Belfast
Saturday, 31 March marked the opening of Belfast's claim to the lucrative trade in Titanic memorabilia: Titanic Belfast, a museum highlighting the city's role in the 20th Century's best-known ship disaster. Read more.

'Titanic,' the Movie: 15 (and 100) Years Later
In 1997, like many girls my age, I had never been on a cruise, and I was completely obsessed with Leo. Fifteen years later, after my seventh cruise and fifth trip to see "Titanic," I'm struck by how much has changed. Read more.

Titanic Treasures for Sale
Although not many of the stories surrounding the passengers on the ill-fated passenger liner RMS Titanic have a happy ending, we've found one that does. Read more.

Debate: Should Lines Honor the Tragedy?
Readers are wondering: Should cruise lines pay tribute to the Titanic tragedy -- and if so, how? Join the debate here.

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