It is not clear where the ship is being built, but in light of the soon to be Brexit, the Titanic II European operations will be run from Paris, France.
The replica project was originally announced in 2012, with a cruise from Dubai planned for 2018.
A massive functional replica of the ill-fated 1912 luxury liner Titanic - who's maiden-voyage sinking inspired the blockbuster flick staring Leonardo Dicaprio - will set sail along its original route with thousands of passengers, according to a report Tuesday.
The replica is nearly identical to the original, with the addition of modern safety features of course., according to Cruise Fever. Also, it will trace the precise route of the original ship.
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While tickets are not yet available for purchase, there will be the same class categories as the original Titanic - being First Class, Second Class and Third Class.
There will be a swimming pool, gymnasiums, and Turkish bath. It will also follow the same route as the original, crossing the North Atlantic between England and NY.
The ship will carry 2,400 passengers - almost the same as the original - along with 900 crew members, according to USA Today.
More than 1,500 people died when the original Titanic hit an iceberg and sank.