Sunday 24th April 2016
From: 11:00 am - Til: 4:00 pm
Titanic Survivors come to Plymouth

The Fabled Titanic Will be Featured in an Exhibition at The Duke of Cornwall Hotel at the heart of Britains maritime gem, Plymouth.

A one-day exhibition being hosted at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel on April 24th will explain, and display many artefacts and ephemera associated with the ship and the White Star Line, all assembled by Titanic enthusiast Nigel Voisey.

It promises to be a fascinating exhibition, once again highlighting the links between Plymouth and New York and the USA.

From the Mayflower and earlier explorers setting sail from the nearby old Sutton Harbour, the first seaplane crossing setting down in the Cattewater, the maritime links of two world wars, to the modern adventures of the epic TRANSAT yacht race – the tragic tale of the Titanic highlights Plymouth – Britain’s Ocean City.

The exhibition will be held at The Duke of Cornwall for one day only on Sunday the 24th April from 11:00–16:00 and is only a short 5 minute walk from King Point Marina. To register your interest and to find out more click this link >

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