Titanic II’s Route


The route journey of Clive Palmer’s Titanic II mirrors the iconic transatlantic voyage of its predecessor, offering passengers a once-in-a-lifetime experience that traces the historic path across the vast expanse of the North Atlantic Ocean. Departing from Southampton, England, the ship embarks on a grand adventure that spans several days and covers thousands of nautical miles.

Titanic II will follow the same path as the original Titanic, stopping at the following ports.

Port of CallDescription
Southampton, UKStarting point of the voyage, known for its maritime significance.
Cherbourg, FranceFirst port of call, where passengers boarded additional passengers.
New York City, USAFinal destination, where Titanic was scheduled to arrive.
Titanic II’s Route

Each of these destinations offers its own unique attractions and experiences, enriching the route journey of Titanic II with a diverse tapestry of culture, history, and natural beauty.

Titanic II Hero Video

Titanic II Hero Video