Many of Belfast’s historic shipyard buildings were demolished in the early 2000s to make way for new development, opening up long-obscured views of the harbor from the river. While there really aren’t that many Titanic-related sights left, this jaunty and informative hour-long boat trip offers a pleasant introduction to Belfast’s maritime past. With typically dry Belfast wit, the crew T-shirts read, “She was alright when she left here.” In summer, the tour goes as far as Musgrave Channel, home to a large breeding colony of seals. The departure point is on Donegall Quay, to the left of the big fish sculpture.