Stand at Cape Race, the closest land to the Titanic grave-site 350 miles to the SSE and visit the Myrick Interpretation Centre to learn about communications history. Look out from Signal Hill, visit historic fishing villages, and experience the Titanic's new world story. Your day trip includes a fabulous lunch featuring iceberg water and local flavours. See Titanic artifacts and hold a piece of iceberg along the way.
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Experience Titanic's new world story including the wireless history that saved over 700 lives.Enjoy fabulous food and touch iceberg ice during this Titanic immersion.
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