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When you believe of the Titanic, you most likely think of the love story between Jack Dawson and Rose Dewittbekator, but what the Titanic truly is, is a British guest ship weighing in at 63,000 tons and 882 feet long. The Titanic was said to be the most significant and most glamorous ship of its time, beside its 2 sister ships named Olympic and Brittitanic. Olympic and Brittitanic were developed and owned by the very same company as Titanic, “The White Star Line”. There was another ship named the Lusitania.
That ship was built by another business called Cunard Liners. The Lusitania made its voyage from New york city to Plymouth in 5 days and 17 hours because of its amazing speed. So the Titanic wished to be the headlines of the paper by making its trip to New york city from England in less time than Lusitania. The Titanic ended up having unsinkable functions consisting of a double bottom, water tight subdivisions and constructed of iron.
Lots of people did believe that Titanic was unsinkable because of its 16 water tight compartments.
Even if two compartments filled, Titanic could still survive. Titanic left its docks on April 10th 1912, but the night that disaster struck was the late night of April 14th 1912. A North Atlantic iceberg sideswiped Titanic and made many scratches, holes, damages, and scrapes. The crash occurred listed below the water line which made sea water all rush in. The team aboard sent out distress signals and raved to see just how much damage was made, but it was too late.
The Iceberg had already filled up five watertight compartments in less than 10 minutes. The lifeboats on the Titanic were only enough for about half of the passengers. It took about 2 hours for the whole ship to sink and around the last 20 minute mark the vessel broke in half. The ship went down in two parts, first the bow then the stern. The ship sank pretty fast because the Titanic had 34,000 kg of meat, 5,000 kg of fish, 40,000 eggs, over a ton of coffee, 40 tons of potatoes and 2,700 kg of butter aboard.
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