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This past weekend one of the newest members of the Noho team, Katie Dwyer, took a trip up to Belfast to check out the SS Nomadic exhibit. Having heard about the project for over six months, this was her impression after finally visiting it in person: SS Nomadic is a beautiful ship. The focus of the space is the restored Nomadic herself, with her history laid out in the design, decor, and interactive elements in the space. The exhibition explored her construction as a tender ship to the Titanic, from recreations of the suitcases and stories of real passengers to the White Star Line decor and details. From that starting point we moved through the ship, exploring the series of unlikely “career changes” after the Titanic sank, necessitating its shift from tender to a luxury liner to being enlisted to carry troops in both World Wars, before being converted into a trendy French disco, utilised as a sushi restaurant, and then finally returning home to Belfast. My overall impression of the Nomadic was one of strong affection. The care that was taken in its restoration is exceptional. The interplay between the historical ship, the tour guide, and the information and interactions shared by the multimedia elements makes for a lovely visitor experience.
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