Celebrating Our Twenty- Fifth Anniversary in 2014
Titanic International is a non-profit historical organization based in New Jersey that was founded in 1989 to preserve and perpetuate the memory and history of the Royal Mail Ship Titanic, and those who sailed aboard her maiden and last voyage. Through the pages of our quarterly, fully-illustrated journal, Voyage, as well as through frequent membership activities, Titanic International Society disseminates the latest research in the Titanic and her legacy. With members invited to “get involved”, Titanic International Society is known as the history group that listens, and one which encourages robust discussion on the Titanic and her people.
Since our founding in 1989, the Titanic International Society has been active with several events and activities. We have had conventions in New York City; Newark, New Jersey; Memphis, Tennessee; Baltimore, Maryland; St. Petersburg, Florida; Montreal and Ottawa, Canada; Philadephia; Newport, Rhode Island; and Mystic, Connecticut. Titanic International Society has also coordinated special membership meetings and gatherings and other events such as cruises. In 1996, members and trustees took part in the cruise to the wrecksite to witness the first attempt to bring up the Big Piece of Titanic’s hull. For our 10th anniversary, members took a cruise to Halifax, Nova Scotia.