Category: the titanic

In this Titanic Week video, Kyle Hudak, one of…

In this Titanic Week video, Kyle Hudak, one of our modelers, talks about the process of modeling Titanic’s exterior, specifically the hull.

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Titanic: Honor and Glory – Status Update – Apr…

Titanic: Honor and Glory – Status Update – April, 2018

In this, the first video of Titanic Week, Tom and Matt lay out our recent progress in various areas of the project, what we’re doing now, and plans for things to come. These include progress on models, a website redesign, and a trip to Ireland and the UK for further research, Titanic sight-seeing, business, and attendance of Titanic anniversary events.

You can also check out the new site design at our usual URL: http://www.titanichg.com/

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Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the te…

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the team at Titanic: Honor and Glory! Bravo to Kyle for making this really special Christmas scene. (Yes, it’s absolutely a fire hazard in every way possible, and no, the fireplace wasn’t real in real-life.)

Merry Christmas to all, Happy Hanukkah, or whatever you may celebrate. If you don’t celebrate, then have a happy New Year!

We wish everyone who celebrates on this last…

We wish everyone who celebrates on this last night a Happy Hanukkah! 

There were many Jewish passengers on Titanic’s maiden voyage. We could only place a few of their photos here on the mantel of cabin C55. Can you name them?

December 19th marked the 20th anniversary of t…

December 19th marked the 20th anniversary of the release of James Cameron’s Titanic. To celebrate, here’s our recreation of perhaps the best shot in the entire movie; the Million Dollar Shot!

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We cannot wait to really dig into the finer details of the…

We cannot wait to really dig into the finer details of the period suites and staterooms! Many of the First Class amidships staterooms each had their own style and flair. C-55, better known as the Straus Sitting Room, was perhaps the most elegant sitting room on the ship. Which period-decorated suites, sitting rooms, or staterooms do you all look forward to exploring?

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