Trade The Titanic Trail works closely with the corporate sector and Michael Martin can present historical lectures for delegates attending conferences in Cork and at other Irish locations.
Timing of tours and lectures will be arranged to facilitate the Tour Operator schedules. Usual trade rates apply.
For further information on trade rates and your login code, please contact or fill out the trade enquiry to the below.
All tours organised by Titanic Trail Ltd., can be arranged for Tour Operators and Trade Partners
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Michael Martin



Overseas: +353 87 276 7218

Ireland: 087 276 7218

Trade, tour operator and bus company arrangements

Walking tours, historical presentations and cultural packages can be arranged for the Trade at times and dates that suit the needs of clients. Trade discounts available depending on volume, frequency and industry requirements.

Unlike the public tours, timings and duration of activities can be adjusted to suit Trade requirements and add-ons such as Irish Coffees, incentive gifts and others groups activites can be organised. Personalised signed copies of the Titanic Trail booklet can be prepared for your clients for when they arrive in Cobh, signed by the author just for them.

Whatever type of a group you are bringing to the area, speak with us and we can shape a package or a bundle to suit your needs.

Contact Michael Martin directly to discuss your requirements at +353 87 276 7218 or

Choose From Eight Different Tours

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Cork City Ramble
The Cork City Ramble is a new and exciting guided walking tour around the fascinating centre of Cork City. It explores the monastic origins, the merchant trade, the amazing geography and the stunning architecture of Ireland's 2nd City.
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The Titanic Trail
The original daily operated Titanic Trail guided walking tour has been steadfastly enthralling thousands of visitors since 1998. Highly recommended by critics and filmed by multiple travel and documentary tv programmes. Unmissable if you are in Cobh. Duration 1 hour
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Titanic Trail Virtual Tour
During this 30-minute (filmed to full high definition TV documentary standard) virtual tour, the acclaimed historian and military man, Dr Michael Martin, takes the viewer on an extraordinary journey through Cobh (formerly known as Queenstown). Watch as people and places are brought to life through a compelling narrative that reveals the truth behind the town that witnessed a flood of emigration in the 19th Century, became the last port of call for the RMS Titanic in 1912 and the location where RMS Lusitania victims were brought ashore in 1915. Receive a unique access code to view the film and a personalised copy of Martin’s Titanic Trail booklet and a Titanic Trail certificate of completion mailed to any postal address in the world.
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Cobh Ghost Tour
Learn the fascinating dark stories of Cobh and its twilight folklore. Haunted buildings, ghostly apparitions and timeless stories related on this 1 hour walk through the darkened streets of the town.
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Titanic Train Day Excursion
The Titanic Train Day Excursion takes the visitors on a journey from Cork to Cobh along the same rail line used by original Titanic passengers in 1912. On arrival guests take the Titanic Trail Guided Walking tour, receive a copy of the Titanic Trail booklet and return to Cork by train with their own rail ticket. Plenty of time for leisure and exploring the town after tours.
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Cobh Cultural Tour
Combination of the Titanic Trail guided walking tour and visit to the renowned Queenstown Story Heritage Centre
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Titanic Insights Tour
A combination the Titanic Trail Guided Walking tour followed by admission to the Titanic Experience museum, housed in the original White Star Line Building from where passengers departed on April 11th 1912
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Titanic Centenary Tour
Titanic Centenary Tour. In addition to the amazing Titanic Trail, this tour includes a package of one of Fr Browne's Titanic Album prints and a copy of the Titanic Trail souvenir booklet.
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