Upon completion, Titan will embark on a vigorous worldwide travel schedule which will allow for her to eventually reach virtually every worldwide port.
During her first season, Titan’s maiden voyage will retrace Titanic’s fateful first and last sailing with a historic crossing, the “Titanic Memorial Crossing.” This voyage will depart Southampton, England, will make stops in Cherbourg, France, and Cobh, Ireland, before continuing to New York.
En route, it is planned that Titan will pause in the North Atlantic Ocean, upon reaching Titanic’s resting place, at the precise time Titanic struck an iceberg at 11:40 PM on April 14, 1912. She will remain at the site until 8:50 AM the following morning (the time Titanic’s rescue ship, Carpathia, left the site for New York with 705 survivors aboard her).
During this stop, it is anticipated that a live worldwide satellite television audience will witness a moving tribute presented by the SS Titan Foundation honoring the victims of the tragedy, from those who were lost, to those who survived, to the relatives of all involved, to all others involved in the Titanic legacy, including all of the Belfast workers who put their heart and soul into constructing the world’s largest vessel - only to have her lost mere days after leaving the shipyard.
Following this historic voyage, Titan will continue with her initial itinerary, one that will bring her to ports in the US, Canada, and the Caribbean.
She will visit New York, Boston, Portland, St. John, Halifax, Philadelphia, Norfolk, Baltimore, Charleston, Jacksonville, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Mobile, New Orleans, Houston, and various stops throughout the Caribbean.
Following her early winter Caribbean port calls, she’ll head to stops throughout South America, before rounding Cape Horn and making her way to additional stops throughout western South and Central America prior to starting her second season with port calls commencing in the western United States.