Maybe I'm just not a big enough history buff, but this just seems weird to me - Titanic Memorial Cruise
The basic idea is that they are offering a cruise recreating the maiden (and final) voyage of the Titanic. (Because apparently recreating events that ended in one of the best known modern disasters is a good time.)
They are selling the same number of tickets as number of passengers on board the Titanic, the same meals will be served and similar entertainment will be offered.
The plan is follow the same route, arriving at the spot where the ice burg was hit exactly one hundred years later and holding a memorial service at the time the ship sank.
Finally, the trip includes a visit to a cemetery in Nova Scotia where 121 victims are buried and will end in New York, the intended destination for the Titanic.
I'm sure there are some huge Titanic historians out there who are lining up for this, but count me out.
I'd much rather a cruise include a visit to the beach, lots of sunshine and no morbid tale of hundreds of deaths.
Also, the whole idea that they plan to take the same route at the exact same time of year (you know...the time of year when ice burgs are in the vicinity) seems a bit like tempting fate.
I'm sure they are at least better supplied with life boats.