After years of buzz, it looks as if the much-ballyhooed plans to build a Titanic replica have hit, if not an iceberg, certainly a rough patch. Depending on which source one believes, the ship – plans for which were originally announced by Blue Star Line’s president, Clive Palmer, in 2012 — has either had its debut pushed back to 2018 or possibly scuttled completely.

Earlier this month, Palmer announced that the ship — a recreation of the infamous ocean liner which sank in 1912 — would see its initial sailing pushed back from 2016 to 2018. But Australian Leisure Management, which bills itself as “the leading source of information for the leisure industry,” claimed this week that the project has “sunk without even getting off the drawing board.”

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