Known as the Titanic’s ‘little sister’, the SS Nomadic is the last remaining White Star Line ship in existence. Having been fully restored, the beautiful vessel now sits in Belfast’s historic Hamilton Dock, giving visitors the chance to behold its jaw-dropping splendour up close. Showcasing over a century of authentic maritime history, the vessel – which was designed by Thomas Andrews and built to the same design as its illfated sibling – is just a stone’s throw from the popular Titanic Belfast museum. Having once conveyed 142 passengers from Cherbourg Port to join Titanic on her maiden voyage, SS Nomadic now serves as one of Belfast’s primary tourist attractions. It’s never been easier to follow in the footsteps of Titanic’s wealthy first-class passengers. Along the way you’ll be stunned by the opulence of the original furnishings, as well as the quality of the architecture. You’ll also more learn about the Nomadic’s intriguing history, from its period of active service in two world wars to its guise as a restaurant and party venue when moored beside the Eiffel Tower. Furthermore, there’s an opportunity to view on-board exhibitions of life in the city during the Titanic era. Ran by enthusiastic guides and offering good value for money, it makes for an enjoyable and interactive way to learn more about this storied era.
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