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The Titanic II Is Our New Home Inspiration

Relive the tale of Jack and Rose in a replica of the iconic ship

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I've never met anyone who isn't a fan of the movie Titanic. Some loved the stars in the film, others admired the director, and there are those who were simply smitten by the classic story of love against all odds. Of course, who wouldn't notice the superb production design? Ever since we've watched the film, many of us dreamed of going on a cruise (sans the untimely fate!) and staying in one of those posh rooms ala-Rose.

To end the week on a bright and positive note, here's a story that you would love! Blue Star Line, an Australian-based company owned by Clive Palmer, is planning to recreate the ship—complete with modern amenities and safety standards. While we're waiting for the completion of the project, I guess we'll dream about boarding the Titanic 2.0 someday and file the architectural plans under #homegoals for now. See some of the photos below:

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