2012 Centenary Tour
The 2012 Centenary Tour in a special commemoration tour to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, when it struck an iceberg late on the evening of 14th April, to sink beneath the icy waters of the North Atlantic in the early hours of the following morning,15th April 1912.
The Centenary Tour incorporates the renowned Titanic Trail guided walking tour introducing revealing facts about the Titanic/Cobh connection. The experience is then enhanced by the inclusion of a special pack of Titanic collectables, including a signed copy of the Titanic Booklet, "Titanic Trail Cobh (Queenstown)" and a unique print from the Fr. Browne photographic collection of the Titanic's visit to its last port of call (also included in Child price). The booklet also incorporates a certicate of completion which will be personalised with the participants name and date of the tour. The Fr Browne print can be selected from 6 specially chosen prints that trace the Titanic's arrival, anchorring and departure from Cobh.
11.am every morning year round. October to March may vary and prior booking is recommended
Child: €25.20 (under 12yrs.) Note: Child price includes Fr Browne Print
Approximately 45- 60 minutes
Special inclusive pack of unique Titanic collectables including
Titanic Trail Booklet signed by its author Dr Michael Martin
Internal certificate of Completion with participants name signed in.
A single 8"X10" print from one of six of Fr Browne's photographs of Titanic at Cork Harbour taken when he was disembarking from the great ship (also included in Childs price)
The Titanic Trail guided Tour Original buildings, streets and piers associated with Titanic
- Original buildings, streets and piers associated with Titanic
- The actual pier where Titanic passengers departed from
- St. Colmans Cathedral
- The Titanic Monument
- Emigrant, military and maritime history
- The story of Spike Island & The Famine
- Convict Transportation
The Commodore Hotel
Full moon over Roches Point, Cork Harbour. Last anchorage of RMS Titanic