The start our voyage into the footsteps of the Titanic’s maiden voyages was delayed slightly by a late fruit and veg delivery – something we don’t think would have happened to the Titanic!
It turned out to be a blessing in disguise, as it gave time for a film crew to find us and film the departure! It also allowed us to do our first ‘hands aloft’, but invariably the deliveries arrived before we had descended, such is the way of the world. Having kissed Southampton goodbye we now make our way along the Solent for the Needles, heading to Cherbourg as we replicate the beginning of the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage.
The following day we anchored in Falmouth Bay, to allow those suffering from seasickness to emerge from their beds, take the fresh air, starting to have some fun. The sun is out on a wet afternoon. We will all have a peaceful evening and look forward to hearing a little more about the Titanic from our on board historian Geoff.