17/05/2013...2:15 pm

Titanic II: Apply now – near, far, wherever you are

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Whatever you think about Titanic II or the man behind it – Clive Palmer – you’ve got to admit it’s a great story – and one that keeps on giving.

We at CCUK are divided down the middle on whether the ship will even be built (I personally think it will be), but we continue to follow its twists and turns with interest.

The latest news is that they are looking for a Captain, and apparently have already had eight applications for the job.

Of course the ship needs a Captain, and I’m sure the successful applicant will get an enormous amount of publicity but who in their right mind would want to be Captain of Titanic II?

The pressure would be almost unbearable as the eyes of the world would be on you, and one false move and that would be it for your career.

However, we can see the appeal of applying to work on the ship. As Prof Palmer himself says, staff benefits would include ‘bragging rights’ and ‘falling in love’.

(We’ve long thought that the Professor has got the film and reality mixed up).

As he told the Australian newspaper: “Of course we’ll be making a movie Titanic II. We’re actually pretty sure (staff will star in the movie). I don’t think we’ll be employing actors – we want the ones in the movie to be more true to real life.”

He said wages would be similar to other cruise ships – and in a first for the cruise industry – staff accommodation will be better than First Class.

He added: “There will be a certain elitism to say you’ve worked on Titanic II.”

Indeed. Then revealing his romantic streak, Palmer said: “I think you’d fall in love and get married. It will be a ship full of love.”

But the best job (according to Clive) will be the activities director, “because there are so many activities to do on the boat and there are so many different ideas going back in time. We’ll be having balls and arranging a whole lot of different things.”

Which no doubt will include organizing Irish jigs in the Third Class accommodation – where Prof Palmer has claimed he’ll be rather than stuffy old first class.

The other great job will be the F&B director, according to Prof. Palmer:

“The food and beverage director is also another great job because we’ve got 68 chefs who have already produced the Titanic II menus. The food in 1912 was of a totally different cooking style than today so I suppose that’s a great job for people on the ship.”

Anyway, if you are interested in applying for a job onboard Titanic II then you do have a bit more time to apply: applications will close at the end of 2015, before the ship sets sail on its maiden passenger voyage from Southampton to New York in 2016.

Would you work on Titanic II? Or even sail on the ship? Tell us below.

– Adam Coulter

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  • James David Drinkwater

    I have been working onboard luxury yachts and on all queens for the past 6 years and have to say that working onboard the titanic 2 would be a dream. Whilst working onboard queen Mary, queen Elizabeth and the Victoria I always felt that there was something missing. I feel I can obtain that onboard the titanic 2

  • Hotel manager (and yes, I have a job like that but I would actually sell my hotel to take that job)

  • id like to work as an receptionist please..

  • Hazel Silva

    Well, currently I am thirteen years of age, but the year of Titanic II’s supposed maiden voyage, I would be sixteen, and willing to do absolutely any job upon that spectacular ship, even washing the dishes or sweeping the decks. My dream has always been to see a second Titanic built, and know here it is, though, I will most like never be able to go on Titanic II, let alone the maiden voyage. That is why I am offering my assistance to even the lowliest job on deck, just as long as I get to fulfill my dream. Thankyou. Titanic II’s, Maiden Voyage.

  • I would love to get a job onboard the Titanic II. That would be a dream come true for me. Ever since the movie has come out I have taken an interest in the original R.M.S. Titanic. Clive Palmer, God bless you for bringing her back!

  • Hi,

    how do I apply for any job on Titanic 2? There are any web site or address where I can looking for?


  • I am a fully qualified AB so I have a good knowledge and understanding of how ships are run and am more than capable of working on a vessel this large, it is a perfect opportunity for me to also get some travel in.

  • Mahima Nidhi Keshav

    i would like to join Titanic-2. as a f&b staff.

  • Saverio Mercante

    I am an italian engineer and I would like to work on board of Titanic II as third engineer or engine cadet

  • Kevin Jackson

    Hi my name is Kevin
    I would very much like to apply for a position on Titanic 2.
    Have had some years experince working on RMS Queen Elizabeth 2.
    Always have had a great interest in Titanic even have a White Star Line Model.

    My Grandfather worked on the Aquatainia and was told many stories on how the passengers were served and looked after.

    It would be great to be accepted.

  • Daniel Karlsson

    Hi I,m seventeen years old and my biggest dream is to sail with titanic II. When the Titanic II will make its maiden voyage, I am 20 years old, then I would like to work on board.
    In many years I’ve wanted to sail with Titanic and then when I heard that a new Titanic would be built, I became interested and thought that my dream could come true.
    I would like to work on Titanic II.

  • Ricardo Rodriguez

    I would love to work in the titanic 2 ,I really don’t care how low is the pay and the position. It will mean every thing in the world to me if i can go on the ship and be part of a historical moment even if is just a small one.and i would be glad to say that i worked on the titanic 2

  • i am currently 17 and will be 19 when TITANIC II sets sail. i have always adored TITANIC for its structure and had a passion to be on it. i am a 6 foot 5 in. 220 lb guy and i would be willing to do anything to be in the ship. even down to the lowest of jobs. cleaning out the rooms or moving storage. this has always been a dream to me to see TITANIC II. i offer my strength 110% effort 110% of the time. I’m saving every penny to be there. thanks for reading my message. i devote myself to TITANIC/ TITANIC II nothing else. please help my life dream come true. thank you.

  • My names Emilie, and I would love to have a job aboard the Luxury Liner Titanic II. I could do anything you please, and I am very passionate about the job. I will be 19 when the ship sails, and I give my 100% best effort I can do for you. I’m looking forward to the launching of the ship, and I would really appreciate it if I got an email back, thanks.

  • I once wrote a one woman one act play entitled: I Am Titanic, which was staged by Springpoint . org. I’ve always loved Titanic and would love to be a part of it either by teaching “Titanic Tai Chi”, or Yoga. I am also familiar with the style of training that was popular at that time such as the use of the India Clubs. As soon as I find out where I can submit an application, you can bet that I’ll be doing that. Best Wishes to everyone else on here that has high hopes of being part of Titanic.

  • Nancy Ochoa

    I would sell my soul for a chance to work on the Titanic. I’m born and raised in Santa Barbara California, speak two different languages and I’ll soon know a third. Before I die, my dream was to sail on the Titanic and know you’re making that a reality.

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