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All aboard for the Belfast Maritime Weekender

Belfast’s Maritime Mile is getting ready to host a two-day festival of family fun on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 September.

Game of Thrones Window

‘Glass of Thrones’ installation goes on permanent display in Belfast’s Maritime Mile

Tourism Ireland gifts Game of Thrones® stained-glass windows to Maritime Belfas Trust

Launch of Hello Maritime Mile at Titanic Belfast

‘Hello Maritime Mile’ Encourages Everyone to Jump Onboard for a Summer Adventure

A campaign encouraging everyone to take on a post-lockdown adventure by exploring Belfast’s iconic waterfront experience

RNLI launches Mayday Call for Funds as Figures Highlight Crews Lifesaving Work

RNLI & Maritime Belfast Trust launch the Mayday Maritime Mile, encouraging people to explore Belfast’s historic waterfront on a maritime treasure trail.

Belfast Innovation Hub On The Near Horizon

a new €7.9 million European project that aims to transform historic areas across Europe through innovation

Photo credit - Matthew Kernan

Sounds of the Shipyard Inspire New Maritime Mile Visitor Experience

Green light for SoundYard, an exciting outdoor interactive visitor experience which will bring to life part of Belfast’s maritime heritage story.

Make Magical Memories on the Maritime Mile this Christmas

The Maritime Mile truly comes alive during the festive season - explore the Christmas Maritime Mile Treasure Trail and gear up for the holiday season!

Maritime Belfast Trust Sets Sail On A New Chapter In The City’s Vibrant Maritime Heritage

Maritime Belfast Trust Sets Sail On A New Chapter In The City’s Vibrant Maritime Heritage

SS Nomadic undergoes restoration works to its keelblocks

Harland & Wolff Back On Board the SS Nomadic

The SS Nomadic is undergoing restoration works this month, carried out by its original builders, Harland & Wolff

Dan Gordon on the Maritime Mile

Dan Encourages Locals to Discover Their Titanic Roots This Autumn

NI actor, playwright and director Dan Gordon encourages locals to discover their Titanic roots along the Maritime Mile this Autumn.