The Titanic II is due to set sail in 2018 from Jiangsu, China and arrive in Dubai.
Planned by Blue Star Line, the Titanic II will stick to the incredible detail of the original ship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean in 1912.
Titanic II will meet modern safety and design requirements, but from the outside, and on the interior, the ship will be nearly identical to the original Titanic.
The new Titanic will have modern evacuation procedures, satellite controls, digital navigation and radar systems.
Titanic II will be 4 metres wider than the original ship, but its length (885ft), height (174ft) and weight (40000 tonnes) will be similar and it will have nine decks too.
The new rendition of the Titanic will feature 9 floors, with 840 cabins capable of accommodating 2400 passengers and 900 crew members.
Amenities include a small swimming pool, Turkish baths, a gym with Edwardian equipment and a squash court.
The idea to rebuild a replica of the Titanic was announced in 2012 by Australian billionaire Clive Palmer, with a launch date set for 2016. However, the project had been delayed and the launch of the Titanic II has been pushed back to 2018.