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Who’s Who of Greater China To Attend Titanic II Gala Dinner


More than 600 guests have been confirmed to attend Blue Star Line Chairman Mr Clive Palmer’s Titanic II Gala Dinner in Macau later this month.

Set to congregate at The Venetian on Saturday, February 16, 2013, in honour of Titanic both past, present and future are an assortment of Consul Generals to Hong Kong and Macau, Chamber of Commerce Chairmen and Chairmen, Presidents and
Managing Directors of major Corporations in Greater China.

Blue Star Line World Project Director Ms Baljeet Singh said joining the powerbrokers and corporate heavyweights will be Mr Biao Ge, Director of CSC Jinling Shipyard.

Ms Singh said Mr Ge’s shipping company has been commissioned by Blue Star Line to build and coordinate the construction of Titanic II in China.

“Blue Star Line is honoured to play host to Mr Ge and an array of Government diplomats as well as China’s most powerful people at the gala dinner in Macau,” she said.

“Titanic will be remembered when our guests meet to enjoy the same menu as first class Titanic passengers did on April 14, 1912.

“The night will not only be a culinary delight for our guests, it will be full of world class entertainment with performances by Legendary Australian rock singer Glenn Shorrock, Queensland’s premier Irish Band McGuinness & Co, performance of ‘A Night to
Remember’ by Leonie Collins’ Titanic Performance Troupe and South Korean guitarist and YouTube sensation Sungha Jung.

“Guests attending the dinner will also receive free entry into Titanic the Exhibition, which is currently visiting The Venetian and features detailed and accurate replicas of 400 artefacts recovered from Titanic’s wreckage.”

Blue Star Line Asian Operations Director Raymond Tam said Titanic II is scheduled to set sail on her maiden passenger voyage from Southampton to New York in 2016.

“Design is well underway on the Titanic II, which will be every bit as luxurious as her namesake,” he said.

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  • Michael Larmon

    This will never happen. It is obviously merely a publicity stunt for a shipyard eager to manufacture cruise ships for the west. This ship will never be built and if it is built it will remain in China as a tourist trap. Clive Palmer is simply not rich enough.

    • JasonEnzoD

      He’s rich enough, and smart enough, to build it. It’s a unique business opportunity, with people allegedly offering 1 million dollars for a first class place on a crossing. I also read that so far 40,000 had expressed an interest in this first voyage.

  • http://www.facebook.com/erkan.duzdas Erkan Düzda?

    I think almost any good so do not think the exterior but the interior much like this almost perfect

  • http://www.facebook.com/erkan.duzdas Erkan Düzda?

    hi friend do you think make a titanic 2 ja not know if you know but do you think the idea

    have a titanic but with more modern appearance and the interior as it was before all to be honest not to anything like the titanic but we know plumb see a replica to sail would be nice to see

    where you can see the whole page and the Blue Star Line and page la ves about all this done

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lou-Luna/100000824148995 Lou Luna

    wow titanic 2 my son would want to go on that ship

  • Texian

    The smokestacks should not just be decorative – they should house exclusive penthouse suites with a viewing/sunning deck at the top of each stack. A Lone Star idea for the Blue Star Line replica of the White Star Line original.

  • http://www.facebook.com/emgee.wye Em Gee Wye

    “Titanic the Exhibition…features detailed and accurate replicas of 400 artefacts recovered from Titanic’s wreckage.” How appropriate that people come to laud a fake Titanic should get free entry into an exhibition of fake artifacts. Blue Star has said that this thing will be “98% accurate.” – Monkeys are 98% human.

    • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.d.strachan Andrew David Strachan

      Monkeys are only 95 % human actually : ) In fact, they are not really human at all when u think about it logically : )