The date is September 30th, 2014 and we should have seen far more progress with the Titanic 2 cruise ship by now, but most people within the industry knew it was an unlikely adventure. It is a shame, as the prospect of sailing on the ship got so many cruisers excited, but let us face facts, if the ship was going to set sail in 2016, we should have at least seen the Titanic 2 tickets go on sale by now.
Seeing as though these tickets are not available, it proves that plans for the Titanic 2 have pretty much stalled. The Titanic 2 Keel laying process was meant to take place in September, but seeing as though this is the last day of the month, Clive Palmer was either a bit optimistic, or things have not good according to plan.
We do know that Palmer has had a few issues with the Chinese, first falling out with the Chinese builders who were put in charge of constructing the Titanic 2 ship, and now calling off his partnership with Citic Pacific, whom was part of an iron ore partnership.
It is time to face facts, it is highly unlikely that Titanic 2 is being built. Deadlines have come and gone, and so have partnerships, and so we have to put this down to a lot of hot air.