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Different sources provide slightly different numbers: the Wikipedia entry claims a total of 2,227 passengers and crew members combined, but does not mention the number of pass…engers and crew members separately. The first Related Link claims 1,343 passengers and 885 crew members, making a total of 2,228 people. The second Related Link claims 1,324 passengers and 889 crew members, making a total of 2,223 people.
For its maiden voyage, Titanic carried a total of 20 lifeboats of three different varieties:. Lifeboats 1 and 2: emergency wooden cutters: 25'2" long by 7'2" wide by 3'2" dee…p; capacity 326.6 cubic feet or 40 persons . Lifeboats 3 to 16: wooden lifeboats: 30' long by 9'1" wide by 4' deep; capacity 655.2 cubic feet or 65 persons . Lifeboats A, B, C and D: Englehardt "collapsible" lifeboats: 27'5" long by 8' wide by 3' deep; capacity 376.6 cubic feet or 47 persons . Total capacity of 1,178 persons.. The first lifeboat launched was Lifeboat 7 on the starboard side with 28 people on board out of a capacity of 65. It was lowered at around 00:40 as believed by the British Inquiry. Lifeboat 6 and Lifeboat 5 were launched ten minutes later. Lifeboat 1 was the fifth lifeboat to be launched with 12 people. Lifeboat 11 was overloaded with 70 people. Collapsible D was the last lifeboat to be launched. The Titanic carried 20 lifeboats with a total capacity of 1,178 people. While not enough to hold all of the passengers and crew, the Titanic carried more boats than was required by the British Board of Trade Regulations. At the time, the number of lifeboats required was determined by a ship's gross register tonnage, rather than her human capacity.. The Titanic showed no outward signs of being in imminent danger, and passengers were reluctant to leave the apparent safety of the ship to board small lifeboats. As a result, most of the boats were launched partially empty; one boat meant to hold 40 people left the Titanic with only 12 people on board it. With "Women and children first" the imperative for loading lifeboats, Second Officer Lightoller, who was loading boats on the port side, allowed men to board only if oarsmen were needed, even if there was room. First Officer Murdoch, who was loading boats on the starboard side, let men on board if women were absent. As the ship's list increased people started to become nervous, and some lifeboats began leaving fully loaded. By 02:05, the entire bow was under water, and all the lifeboats, save for two, had been launched. Titanic carried 20 lifeboats with a total capacity of 1,178 people.
On the movie by James Cameron, it says 2200 people were aboard however, in my research it was around 2225 people when it sank.
the total number of dogs on the titanic was 19
there were 5 first class kids on the titanic.
There was one known cat with kittens, she was called 'Jenny' and was the ship's cat. However, there is a debate as to if she left the Titanic at Southampton with her kittens o…r went down with the ship. A stoker by the name of 'Jim Mulholland' supposedly saw her taking the kittens off and took that as an omen, leaving the ship. Stewardess 'Violet Jessop', who survived the sinking, wrote about the cat in her memoirs but did not say what happened to her.
It had about 6000 teaspoons.
1st class best rooms, 1st class, 2nd class and 3rd class, they made the most money out of the 3rd and first class passengers there were hardly any 2nd class rooms
there were two libraries on the titanic. one first class and one second class.
First you must answer the question how many dogs can you fit on the titanic. Then you may proceed by taking the amount of super rich people and multiplying that by 1.3 to get …the number of dogs
well if you included the women a lot
The 20 lifeboats that ended up on board the luxury liner were approximately half the amount required to handle the potential evacuation of the more than 2,000 passengers and c…rew members onboard. While the managing director of the shipbuilding company, Harland and Wolff, wanted to have 64 lifeboats on board, the justification for omitting them was the concern, expressed by the Titanic's owner, that an excess of lifeboats would have made the ship less visually appealing
Animals aboard the RMS Titanic happened in 1912.
Only one: Dorothy Gibson. Bear in mind that motion pictures were still new in 1912.