The largest ship afloat at the time, the Titanic sank in the north Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage
Mr Vittoria, former head of car hire firm Avis, is today taking Mirabella on its maiden voyage
heading for Naples - the home town of his wife Luciana.
This is all within a week of the original maiden voyage
of the hyperdrive.
It is being sold by the family of Officer Harold Lowe, who saved more lives than anyone else on the doomed liner when it sank on its maiden voyage
We sailed on the maiden voyage
of the ill-fated Estonia, which sank in a storm in 1994 taking more than 800 souls with her, a tragedy that united Estonia and Sweden in grief.
Scull's engrossing article "Building The Queen Mary 2" (Cruise Travel, August 2003), he mentions a QM2 maiden voyage
in January of 2004 from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale and then several months of cruising from Florida before she arrives in New York on April 22 prior to her maiden trans-Atlantic crossing with the QE2 on April 25.
THE maiden voyage
of Caledonian MacBrayne's new pounds 7.
The stealthy Visby corvette put to sea on her maiden voyage
late last year on the first leg of her engineering trials under the shipbuilder Kockurns' supervision.
I have even had a Hollywood agency on to me asking about bookings for the maiden voyage
Just in case you missed the movie, the legendary ocean liner RMS Titanic--touted as "unsinkable"--met a tragic fate during its maiden voyage
Alas, that trip, likely the comet's maiden voyage
, appears to have become its last.
The world's largest cruise ship, "Voyager of the Seas", made its inaugural call to the northeastern Jamaica resort town of Ocho Rios on its maiden voyage
from its home port in Miami, Florida, bringing over 4,000 passengers and crew, reports CANA (November 26, 1999).
Long before the liners of Cunard and P&O were exerting their glamour in the 1930s, the Mayflower had left Southampton in 1620 for North America; and in 1912, the Titanic sailed on her disastrous maiden voyage
The New Orleans resort includes a $37 million riverboat casino, Bally's Belle of Orleans, which will make its maiden voyage