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 [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016)

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MessageSujet: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Dim 2 Fév 2014 - 14:45

En ce début d'année, Su Shaojun, CEO de Seven Star Energy Investment Group Ltd., a annoncé, lors d'une conférence de presse qui s'est tenue à Hong Kong, la construction dans la province chinoise du Sichuan d'un nouveau resort sur un thème à la fois maritime et européen : Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort.

La construction du resort devrait débuter prochainement et ouvrir en 2016.

Le resort, dont le coût est estimé à environ 1 milliard de yuan, comprendra plusieurs hôtels, une plage, des répliques d'une église vénitienne, de bains turques et de plusieurs châteaux européens.  

L'élément du resort qui a attiré le plus l'attention, mais pose également question, est la réplique du navire Titanic incluant un simulateur 6D permettant de revivre la collision avec l'iceberg et le naufrage dans la nuit du 14 au 15 avril 1912 :

The replica will be permanently docked on the Qi River, some 930 miles from the nearest coast. But visitors will get to safely experience an iceberg "collision" thanks to a high-tech simulation involving light and sound effects.

According to Su Shaojun, CEO of Seven Star Energy Investment Group Ltd., upon “impact,” the ship will shake and tumble, while sound and light effects will “let people experience water coming in…


L'acteur britannique Bernard Hill, Captain Edward Smith dans le film Titanic de James Cameron, est apparu lors de la conférence de presse à Hong Kong :





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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Dim 2 Fév 2014 - 16:25

J'aime bien le nom, c'est court, direct et facile à retenir...
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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Lun 3 Fév 2014 - 18:32

Simulateur 6D ,c'est quoi les nouvelles sensations de la 6D . 3D ,Sound et lights Fx ,mouvement ,Fx sensoriel d'eau mais le reste ???
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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Lun 3 Fév 2014 - 23:43

Moi j'attends le 95D...  bounce 


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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Mar 4 Fév 2014 - 3:44

Vivement quelques dizaines d'années pour le parc qui comprendra une reconstitution du World Trade Center avec un simulateur qui recrée les attentats avec un Flying Coaster imitant les trajectoires des avions ! Very Happy


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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Mer 5 Fév 2014 - 1:57

Le titanic a coulé le soir du 14 avril 1912, just sayin'.

Sinon bien hâte de voir ça Very Happy Même si un peu glaucos.


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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Mer 5 Fév 2014 - 2:16

Exact, le navire a quitté Southampton le 10 avril 1912 à 12h00, a touché l'iceberg le 14 avril à 23h40 et a coulé le 15 avril à 2h20. C'est corrigé Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Mer 5 Fév 2014 - 10:14

@Vinc a écrit:
L'élément du resort qui a attiré le plus l'attention, mais pose également question, est la réplique du navire Titanic incluant un simulateur 6D permettant de revivre la collision avec l'iceberg et le naufrage dans la nuit du 14 au 15 avril 1912

Je trouve ça glauque  


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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Sam 6 Juin 2015 - 18:18

L'ouverture a été repoussée à octobre 2017 mais les cinq mille premiers tickets pour (re)vivre l'expérience du Titanic seront mis en vente dès le 15 juin prochain.

Une réplique du navire jusque dans les moindres détails permettra aux visiteurs de revivre la collision avec l'iceberg et le naufrage. Le forfait comprend le repas à l'identique du 14 avril 1912 ! Il faudra y mettre le prix car les tarifs démarrent à 3.000 yuan (+/- 435 euros) pour la cabine la moins chère et 100.000 yuan (+/- 14.500 euros) pour la plus chère...




















Citation :
Chinese company building $150million replica of Titanic which will even 'hit an iceberg' so tourists can RELIVE the tragedy

• Replica will be permanently docked on the Daying Qi river in Sichuan
• A high-tech simulator will recreate the moment Titanic hit the iceberg
• Guest will pay £315 a night to see what life was like on luxury liner in 1912
• Every detail from the handles to the light switches will be reproduced
• There will be ballroom dancing, pool parties and Las Vegas style entertainment on the ship
• The attraction is set to open to the public from October 2017

Tourists in China will soon have the chance to see what life was like on board the Titanic, as an energy company begins work on building an exact replica of the ill-fated liner.

Every detail from the handles to the light switches will be painstakingly reproduced for the new tourist attraction in Sichuan province, central China, reported the People's Daily Online.

Visitors will even get the chance to experience the moment the ship collided with the iceberg through a high-tech simulation involving light and sound effects.

Qixing Energy Investment Group first revealed their plan of spending 1 billion Yuan (£105 million) to rebuild the luxury liner in January 2014.

The company, which is based in Lishui city in east China, recently announced that a limited number of 5,000 tickets to the new Titanic will go on sale from June 15 on their official website.

The replica will be permanently docked on the Daying Qi river and is due to open to the public in October 2017.

Back in 1912, the original ship cost £4.9 million to build, the equivalent to about £110 million today.

Guests will have to pay 3,000 Yuan (£315) a night for a cabin on board the ship, while more expensive rooms will cost around 100,000 Yuan.

There will be ballroom dancing, pool parties, and Las Vegas style entertainment on the ship to transport guests back to 1912.

Even the food on the menu will be exactly the same as on board the original voyage.

Su Shaojun, chairman of the Qixing Energy Investment Group, said: 'The Titanic is a great ship and we will revive it.

'This new construction is not only to commemorate it but to let people know more about it. For people to know that when it sank the spirit of love was exhibited as well as creating its legend.'

Huang Li, general manager of the group, added: 'This will be a trip of a lifetime and will give our guests memories they will never forget.

'The new Titanic will offer a dream-like experience.'

20,000 drawings have been made of the replica Titanic to make sure every single detail is perfect.

The company has even worked with producers of the James Cameron's Oscar-winning film to get hold of the original blueprint.

Bernard Hill, the actor who played Captain Edward Smith in the 1996 movie, actually went to the the launch of the project dressed in costume.

The ship will measure 882 feet in length and 92 feet in width - the exact dimensions of the original.

An estimated 50,000 tonnes of steel will be used in the construction of the replica - more than that used to build an aircraft carrier.

The replica Titanic will be able to take up to 1,500 visitors a day and money raised will go towards a new Titanic fund, a charity set up to help maritime disasters across the world.

Mail Online - 4 juin 2015.

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Tickets to go on sale for China's 'sinking' Titanic

Tickets will soon go on sale for a night on the "Titanic" - which will then "hit an iceberg" in what the developers are terming a "6D holiday experience"

The first tickets to set sail on a life-sized replica of the Titanic, which will appear to collide with an iceberg and start sinking, are to go on sale later this month.

The Chinese company building the ship - part of a theme park in Sichuan Province - announced this week that the vessel will be completed in October 2017, and ready for its mooring on the Qi River. The first 5,000 tickets will go on sale in Hong Kong on June 15.

Critics pointed out that the timing of the announcement was perhaps ill-advised, coming as China reels from its worst boating disaster in 70 years - with 400 feared dead on the Yangtze River.

But the project managers were undeterred.

"Titanic is a great ship. We will revive it and build it exactly the same size as the original, not just for remembrance but also to let people know the glory of human nature," said Su Jun, the president of Qixing energy investment group, the major investor of the ship.

The billion-yuan (£100 million) project was announced in October 2013, and construction began shortly after in the docks in Daying County, in Sichuan Province. The landlocked region boasts of having "China's Dead Sea" - a giant landlocked saltwater lake.

The Titanic replica will hold 1,500 passengers and feature exact copies of all furnishings - from door handles to carpets, light fittings and bed rooms. Guest will pay £315 a night for the cheapest rooms, according to Mail Online. They will eat the same food those who travelled on the ill-fated 1912 voyage, and then will experience what the developers hope will be an exhilirating reconstruction of the sinking.

Upon "impact," the ship will shake and tumble, said Su Shaojun, CEO of Seven Star Energy - one of the main investors.

He said that sound and light effects will "let people experience water coming in. They will think: 'The water will drown me. I must escape with my life."

The Telegraph - 6 juin 2015.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Chine] Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort (2016) Dim 7 Juin 2015 - 5:57

D'une part, le timing pour cette annonce est désastreux, suivant de peu la pire catastrophe maritime en Chine depuis fort longtemps: le naufrage de 'L'Etoile de l'Orient' sur le Yangsté.

D'autre part, je trouve l'expérience proposée d'un goût douteux.

Sans compter les prix exorbitants...


   
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