12/04/2012 Blue Peter


12/04/2012

A special edition from the new Titanic Belfast exhibition to mark 100 years since the sinking of the famous ship. Also, Helen takes part in a daring Sea King air sea rescue.


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On today's special Blue Peter, marking 100 years of the sinking of

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Titanic, we explore the biggest Titanic attraction in the world.

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find out how rescues happen at sea today. And I experienced ocean-

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Hello! For today's show, we've come to Northern Ireland to the brand

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spanking new attraction, Titanic Belfast. You can see it behind me.

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It's huge and looks like the front of a ship, which is no coincidence

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because it was built to be the same height as the Titanic itself. It

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must have been quite a sight. 100 years ago, the most famous ship in

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history was built on this slipway. It took 3,000 workers almost three

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years to finish it. But none of them could have imagined that their

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creation would soon be lying at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Everything about Titanic was big. It was the height of luxury and was

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as long as the Empire State Building is tall. Imagine how

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excited the passengers must have been as they boarded this brand new

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ocean liner for its very first voyage from Southampton to New York.

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But imagine the horror when, on the night of 14th April 1912, five days

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into her journey, Titanic hit an iceberg and sank in just two-and-a-

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half hours. Titanic was thought virtually unsinkable so there were

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only lifeboats for one third of the ship's passengers. Of the 2,225

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people aboard, just 713 survived. Titanic Belfast tells the story of

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the ship beginning with its construction. It's incredible to

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think that something the size of Titanic was built pretty much by

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hand. Men risked their lives daily working in the hull under tons of

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metal or high above the ground in the gantry. Many of the workers

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were teenage boys working in rivet squads. Three million rivets like

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this one held the ship together. It was the job of the boys to get the

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rivets from the furnace to the rivet squad while they were still

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hot enough to hammer in. Off you go. The heater boy would race with the

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boiling hot rivet to where it was needed. Once there, he'd throw it

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to the catch boy who would place the rivet in the hole ready to be

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hammered. Thank you. Today, children aren't expected to build

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ships, but here at Titanic Belfast, there's a ride that can give you a

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sense of the conditions that the shipyard workers faced daily. The

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shipyard ride lasts six minutes and carries visitors from deep within

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the bowels of the half built Titanic to the day it was finally

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launched. I saw how dangerous it was to be working to build the

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Titanic. It was actually quite shocking. On show are

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reconstructions of the furnaces, the rivet crews at work and the

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giant rudder itself. It is a great job, but I wouldn't like to do what.

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If somebody asked me to do what, I would say no. Plenty of children

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sailed on her as passengers. Of the 112 children on board when the ship

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hit the iceberg, sadly half of them died. One of the lucky survivors

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was Eva Hart. This is her story, in her own words. I was with my

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parents. My father was going to open a business in Winnipeg. People

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were saying to me how fortunate we were to get on the Titanic. I was

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excited because I was going on a wonderful big ship and I had no

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fear or apprehension or anything. She was very beautiful, luxurious

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beyond words. It was the first time I had been on board a ship. Captain

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Smith was on deck and he was very nice. He had a beard like my own

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grandfather and he admired the doll that I had. On the third night, I

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was sound asleep. My mother woke me and said, I am going to dress you.

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Before she could, my father came back and said, you had better put

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this thick coat on. That is all he said. Standing on deck, my father

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came back and said, the ship has struck an iceberg. My father had no

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difficulty in putting me and my mother in the lifeboat, but he made

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no attempt to get in it himself. When we were in the water, we could

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hear people rushing about on Dec. That is when the panic must have

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started, when they found there were no more life but slept. I was

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terrified. I didn't know what to shipwreck could mean and how long

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it would take, but I was too terrified to for my father. Before

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she sank, she was a very beautiful ship, stationary on the ocean with

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all her lights on. It was dreadfully cold, but the sea was

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the, so I had seen. The stars were the brightest I had seen. I look

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back and I see that ship break-in half. The front part went down and

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let the stern sitting up in horrifying fashion. It was enormous

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and seemed to stick up in the air for a long time until it gradually

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went down, turning over. After that, there was the sound of the disaster

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and that was people drowning. That is something you can never forget.

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Then the dreadful silence that followed it. It seemed as if the

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whole world was standing still. It was discovered my life but was

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overcrowded and the officer in charge decided he would get rid of

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his load by putting people in other boats. I got separated from my

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mother. I didn't find her until the next day. The next morning, the

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icebergs were like white sails in the distance. White yachts with the

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sum on them. They were very beautiful. They were all around us.

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The crew of the ship that rescued us were very kind and good to us.

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We were given clothes because I had only got a blanket around me with

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my night clubs. I had nightmares until I was 23. Although why would

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like to say I am not frightened of the sea, I had never been in

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anything that is touching the Titanic and its beauty. She was

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lovely. Accidents at sea are much more survivable. We have got radar,

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satellite communications and an international team saved lives

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every year. I spent some time with the Navy to find out what happens

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when things go wrong. A casualty is in distress. A whole team put their

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lives on the line. 24 hours ago, I'd never been on a rescue mission.

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Culdrose Air Station. Cornwall. The home of 771 Naval Air Squadron, one

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of the top search and rescue teams in the world. The squadron has been

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rescuing people around the South West coast for over 50 years. Last

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year, they answered 200 emergency callouts every year. If anyone can

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get you out of trouble, these guys can. Over the next two days, this

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squad will be putting me through my paces to train me up for an air sea

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rescue training exercise. My mission will take place on this

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metal monster, the MK5 Sea King Helicopter. Seven tons of steel

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topped off with an 18 metre rotor span. This beast has been laughing

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in the face of the worst the weather can throw at it since 1969.

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Lieutenant Commander Rob Suckling has over 15 years experience on the

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Sea Kings. But as I get my first look inside, I'm baffled as to how

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anyone can make head or tail of the cockpit. There are no modern

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digital displays, just these analogue dials. There is no way you

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can look at everything. Sitting here for real, flying, what do I

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need to look at? That is the actual indicator. When it is foggy, it

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tells you where it is up and what is down, and it keeps us a.

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have to put a lot of fed into this equipment. You will have to train

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for about to make years before you can fly. By then, it is not

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intimidating. -- for about two years. With only 12 hours before my

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rescue mission, learning to fly is clearly out of the question. But

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there's an equally important job at the back of the helicopter. For

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tomorrow's exercise, I've been given the responsibility of using

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the most vital piece of equipment on board, the winch. You can't land

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a helicopter on the sea, so the only way to get somebody into the

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back is to winch them up. This thin piece of rope is all that there is

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to lift a person to safety. This lifeline is made by twisting

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hundreds of very thin pieces of steel together. For my big mission,

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I'll be the winchman, so this cable will lower me from the moving

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helicopter down to a boat at sea. How strong is this? It is pretty

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thin. It is stressed at this �600, three people. So I will be OK?

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You'll be OK. When you're dangling from the side of a seven-ton

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helicopter, verbal communication is tricky so learning the correct hand

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signals is vital for safety. That is lower the winch. That one is

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stop the winch. And then raised the winch. If we need to call a

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stretcher in, make this. To be clear and definite, lower, stop,

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raised, a stretcher. Can we practise here? No, we have to go to

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the air. Straight in at the deep end. Good. Why wouldn't we? So, a

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few minutes later, and ten metres up in the air, I prepare for my

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first ever winch. I do not think it is going to snap. Oh, my word!

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That's it. Going down might look simple, but I need to keep as

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straight and controlled as possible. In less than 24 hours, I'll be

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doing this over a moving target on the sea. I need to stay controlled.

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And land on my feet. Three Arts... Two yards... I lower myself too far

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and lose balance. If I lose concentration like that on my

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mission tomorrow, I could hit the boat. I don't want to become the

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person who needs rescuing. I knew I was getting closer to the ground,

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but I thought I do not know when I.. At least it was a soft landing.

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Getting to the boat will only be the start of my mission. I'll have

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to make first contact with the casualty, get a stretcher on and

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off, and then get myself back up. That was a speedy take-off! Raised

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the wink. Come on to the aircraft. -- raised the winch. Can I have

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another go? Going down. Going down. Try as I might, I just can't seem

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to master that landing. I am concentrating. I have got to be

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careful. Down, down. I will stand up. I stood up! I stayed on my

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feet! Tomorrow, this is... I am going to have to land on a moving

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target. As we saw today, I am not that good at landing. I only nailed

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at once or twice. It is going to be harder and more dangerous tomorrow.

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I have to concentrate and keep my Day two of my training. Mission day.

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First up is the briefing with the search and rescue team. As you can

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see, it is showery. Even though this is a training mission, I can

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feel the nerves building in my stomach as Rob talks me through my

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part in the sea rescue. I will put you on to the boat. I will give you

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some hand singles. Any questions? Than the call comes in. Hello? OK,

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a wet job. OK, on board the lifeboat. A life but has picked up

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a surfer in distress. He needs to gets to hospital fast. An airlift

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is needed. The lifeboat is out in the bay 10 miles from the base. It

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would take an hour to get there by car and boat, but the helicopter,

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travelling at 129 miles an hour, it takes five minutes. We need to look

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for the lifeboat. In the day, it is easy, because it is bright orange,

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but imagine doing this at night. Oh, my word. Is that them? That is it.

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We are going over 100 miles an hour and I have got to land on that? I

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felt more confident yesterday. Now, I'm like, wow. This is it. Me and

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the wink. That why is looking even thinner. My stomach is doing

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Islay manage to land properly once in training and this is 10 times

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worse. -- I only managed. The boat is rocking side to side. This is

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absolutely nuts. And then it happens. The landing I had been

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dreading. I misjudged the movement of the boat and had a really hard.

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As I got to the boat, my legs were underneath the railings, and I got

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confused. Eventually, I was looking at the sea. There is no time to

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celebrate getting on the boat in one piece. I'm here to work. Winch

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men are also trained paramedics so my first job is to assess the state

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of the casualty. In this case, he is a training dummy affectionately

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known as Dead Fred. There is still hope for Fred. I signal for a

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stretcher. The guys from the RNLI set up a link between the

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helicopter and the lifeboat to The helicopter retreats to a safe

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distance while we secure the casualty in the stretcher. We are

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ready for you. The casualty is ready. I guide to the helicopter

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back in and we set up another guide Once the stretcher and the casualty

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are back in the helicopter, all we have to do is get the rescue were

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I did not expect to be upside down, hanging off the back of a boat. I

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was nervous going down. It is so different, it is when the noisier.

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It feels noisier, which makes it more intimidating. Yes, sea rescue

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can be scary, but whatever the well there, the seeking crew will be out

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there, doing what they do best, saving lives. -- whatever the

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weather. You do not need us look way to

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build a ship and it does not need to be quite as ambitious. But you

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do not need talented Shipbuilders, which we have got from Moat Primary

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School. This is amazing. How long did it take to build? Three months.

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You must be pretty patient. There is a lot of detail on here. I love

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that everything you have used has been recycled. Talk me through it.

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That is bottle tops, and then some straws and wire. And what about

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this side? Chocolate boxes. Do you get to meet the chocolate? No!

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If you look at the DEC, the decking, you have got lots of matchsticks

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stuck together. That must have taken ages. We used glue to stick

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it down, but whenever you stick it down, the glue is on her fingers

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and he lifted up. How did you make the form? -- a form. I went out to

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the fields near my farm, and I got some wall from the sheep. Please

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don't go pinching well from sheep. If we were building a ship, or the

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people at home are building a ship, what should they do? Plenty of

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matchsticks. Lots of cardboard. don't forget the chocolate. Share

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the chocolate, Barney! Lots of people know the story of Titanic

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from the 1997 film, which has just had a 3D makeover.

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When Titanic was first released 15 years ago, it was the most

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expensive movie ever made. It cost $200 million to make. Many thought

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it would be a flop, but instead it will call box office records and

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won 11 Oscars. Kate Winslet has a theory why. The ship was not meant

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to sink. It was providing opportunity for change and new life

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for so many people. It is a terrible, terrible tragedy.

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writer James Cameron is so obsessed with Titanic that he has visited

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the wreck 33 times. The expedition was up a heart of it. It set a

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standard for accuracy, and for truth. Even the actors had to stand

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up to that, and become those people. Titanic sank so deeply it was lost

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for 75 years. Since the discovery of the wreckage, scientists have

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explored every nook and cranny of the rusting ship under the Atlantic.

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The fact that a ship seemed to be at the height of glamour and could

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be so easily reduced to a wreck is one of the reasons why the story is

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so gripping. This first class cabin would have cost �870. That is

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�60,000 in today's money, so this really would have been the best you

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could get. Fast forward 100 years, and there is new cutting-edge

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trends in today's luxury boats. We Welcome to Florida, visited by over

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85 million people a year. The Sunshine State is famous for its

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you round rays and 800 miles of beaches as well as being the

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holiday homes of Will Smith, Beyonce and Matt Damon. And for the

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next few days, it will be buzzing with some of the world's biggest

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and richest boating enthusiasts as they descend on the International

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Boat Show at Palm Beach. That is where I am heading right

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now, to find the most luxurious boat of them all. The Boat Show is

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a maritime marketplace, overflowing with over �200 million worth of the

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latest boats, ranging from small, speedy inflatables to fishing boats

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for, right through to the luxurious yachts. Hundreds of millions of

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pounds splashed out on these ultimate toys. I want to find deep

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most super boat here today. This place is so big and there are so

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many boats here it is hard to know where to start. I do know that I

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have to look for the longest boats because they are usually the most

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expensive. That's nice, but small. That one is nice and shiny. Getting

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bigger, getting bigger. This is good. Hang on, what kind of boat

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would fit in a tent? It turns out that this is the trait tent, where

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you can buy all your report accessories. Fishing rods,

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satellite navigation systems. As I have become sidetracked on my hunt

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to find the biggest boat, I might as well do some souvenir shopping.

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I imagine that Helen has always wanted to be the captain of the

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ship and every captain needs a hat. I would like to make a hat for a

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friend of mine called Helen. While Helen's hat get stitched, I get

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distracted by my love of gadgets. - - gets stitched. Satellite phones,

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GPS, rucksacks, but no ordinary rucksack, a solar-powered rucksack.

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This thing will charge up anything you want. All you have to do is

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leave it in the sun and plug it in overnight. This is my kind of store.

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Here you go, there is your hat. think she will like that.

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That is the shopping done. Now to continue on my quest to find the

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most super yacht. Address some of these people were to go. Where are

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the big boats? Over there! That way, you can't miss it. Golly gee, you

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should go down this way. My market research has led me to the marina

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on the edge of the show. All of the yacht apart here as they need extra

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space to be displayed in all their magnificence. -- yacht's are parked

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here. Magnificent. Isn't she a beauty? But facie the most

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luxurious today? It is cool, but I reckon we could find one bigger.

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We're getting there, but I want bigger. Wow. Now that is a super

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yacht. This is the diamonds are forever. At 61 metres in length,

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she is the biggest and most expensive yacht on display. In fact,

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she is the biggest ever seen at this boat show. I'm going on board

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to meet the man in charge. Peter. Barney, welcome on board. That you

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for having me aboard. It is luxurious. I guess it is the most

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expensive in the show. How much? �40 million. 40 million. OK. If I

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wanted to take the boat out? �250,000 a week. �250,000 a week...

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Should I have a look around first and then if I like it, I'll make a

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decision? Feel free. �250,000... The diamonds are forever yacht is

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named after the James Bond film of the same name as her owner is a

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massive fan of the movies. What strikes you, almost immediately, or

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on a yacht like this, is the size of it. Normally your house will

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have two levels, downstairs and upstairs. This has set index, and

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each one is as beautiful and lavish as the next. This boat has more

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rooms than most houses, including six extravagant bedrooms. The best

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of a lot is the master suite. This is the front of the yacht, and this

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has all round windows. No matter where your, you have the best view

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of where up to you wake up. Imagine waking up every morning in a

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different part of the world. Here, you can. All the other bedrooms are

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pretty special with plasma screens that appear from the ceiling... I

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want one. As well as an en suite bathroom complete with petal filled

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baths, but maybe that is just for decoration. You have a nice table

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to eat ice-cream and jelly and then when you feel like it, you have

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your own pool. This hi-tech room, the bridge, is where the captain

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control the -- controls the movement of the boat. He also has

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some serious power to play with, as I found out when I reached the

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bottom deck. This is the engine room. I'm staying here. I love it.

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Not only is it polished aluminium but each one of these engines uses

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nearly 2000 horsepower. Combined, the engines are 30 times more

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powerful than your average family car. But the engine is not just to

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make the diamonds are forever move at sea but to power the leisure

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facilities. It has a gym, a son a, a steam room, a beauty salon and

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one of my favourite ways to relax, and electric baby grand piano. -- a

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son. If all those luxuries are not

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enough, head down to the garage and he will find a couple of toys. Jet-

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skis, or maybe radio-controlled model boats or go scuba-diving, or

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why not just go for a trip on your own private boat. It has everything.

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It is safe to say that my quest is complete. I can't imagine that any

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of the other yachts could stop this. Are you going to charterer it? --

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could stop. No. It is not big Coming up next week, internet music

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A special edition from the new Titanic Belfast exhibition to mark 100 years since the sinking of the famous ship. As well as the inside story on the Titanic, Barney visits a luxury boat show in Miami and Helen takes part in a daring Sea King air sea rescue.


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