the year 1912, the shipping industry had been competing for biggest, and
luxury. The White Star Line was to build three grand ships, R.M.S
Olympic, R.M.S. Titanic, and H.M.H.S Gigantic later to be named Britannic.
Olympic was the first to be built, caught a lot of attention was eventually
named "Old Reliable". Titanic was the second ship built by White
Star Line, this ship was the grandest of all three, this ship was the largest,
fastest, and most luxurious in it's day. This ship was said to be
"Unsinkable" because it had water tight bulkheads on it, little did they
know it wasn't full proof. This ship made it's maiden voyage in the
beginning of April 1912, the ship had 2,227 passengers onboard. The
ship was to head to New York and make the fastest time of any other record,
but disaster struck when the Titanic hit an iceberg. Two hours and
forty minutes later, the ship Titanic had laid underneath icy waters of
the North Atlantic, 1,523 people had either been frozen to death, or drown.
Now that you know a little about the Titanic here's all the facts and mysteries
of the doomed ocean liner.
This web site
is made for people interested in Titanic history. This web site is
made for factual information about the real Titanic that sank April 15th,
Do you know if they are building a Titanic to be launched in 2002?
If so where and how much are tickets?
outside linked article is all the information I know of, if you would like
to see, you may go here... 2002
experience at "Titanic The Exhibition" was life moving. When you
see all the things that had actually been on the Titanic, you realize it
was 100% real and not some made up fairy tail... Full
Don't get me
wrong I was a big fan of the movie, but If you take a closer look at the
real Titanic versus the movie Titanic, you'll find some differences, here
are the pictures to prove it.... Full
For back in
the day, Titanic was a ship of technology, no one had seen a ship that
size or that luxurious, but now that here we are in the 21st century, we
can see a few simple things that caused the Titanic to go down... Full