You'd take with a pinch of salt an offer to meet the last surviving scion of a famous family, especially if she was supposed to have rubbed shoulders with the Titanic, served in both world wars, and spent 30 years as a restaurateur and bon vivant in Paris before coming home to Belfast -- but hoist £9 (a £17 value) for today's deal from, SS Nomadic and you'll see that every word of this ancient mariner's yarn is true.
- You'll get two adult tickets to visit the SS Nomadic which was built at Harland and Wolff and launched in 1911 as a tender carrying passengers to White Star liners including the RMS Titanic in style.
- Subsequently she was used as a troopship, minesweeper, and again in commercial service with the Cunard Line before becoming a floating restaurant and party venue in Paris, before being returned to Belfast in 2006 for complete restoration.
- Visitors to the historic Hamilton Dock can explore four decks with a variety of interactive and traditional story-telling displays.
- See first and second class and the crew's quarters, and disover the challenges of restoring this mini-Titanic after a ninety-five year career.
Though the Nomadic isn't going to sail away, the gangplank on this deal is about to go up -- so all aboard: click 'Buy Now'.
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Enjoy By March 6, 2014