How far away was the Carpathian from the Titanic?
Approx. 30 km.
Titanic was (and still is) about 400 miles from Newfoundland, Canada.
The nearest vessel to the Titanic was the SS Carpathia, and it was 50 miles away when the Titanic sank.
Carpathia was approximately 58 miles (93 kilometers) away from the Titanic
we think the whistle on the titanic could be heard from 200 miles away
Titanic had a triple-chime whistle that could be heard from as far away as 11 miles.
Titanic sunk about 963 miles from her destination, New York City.
about 550 miles from Newfoundland
because it was so far away from the surface
1,400 miles away
the captin of titanic sent an SOS call to the nearest ship which was the Californian but the Californian soon found out that it sank so they kept going with their journey, the life boats of the titanic finally reached the Carpathian and the captin of the Carpathian soon called people on land and told them the news and then it was all in the papers.
701 people arrived to safety at the Carpathian in new york
Titanic was about 400 miles (640 kilometers) away from land when she struck the iceberg.
It sank 550 miles away from Newfoundland
Carpathia was probably about four hours away.
imposiple land was to far away
true 4,ooo miles away
5019.38 kilometres (3118.9 miles)
Titanic had been equipped with a wireless telegraph which could transmit messages as far away as 1,000 miles.
Titanic's only rescue vessel, Carpathia, Was 60 miles from Titanic on the night of her sinking.
The closest was NewFoundLand and that was 380 miles away. So, New York was about 800 miles away.
OIympic was too far away to make a difference.
Approx 450 miles short of her destination of New York.
well it was night, so maybe 100ft-250ft
either 300 meters or 3km
1,000 miles away from Canada new Ireland 325 miles away from Boston. written by heena nathani
The Titanic sunk out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, far away from the boundaries or jurisdictions of any cities. The Titanic was supposed to dock in New York, but never made it to it's destination
The iceberg was only spotted with less than forty seconds to attempt to avoid it.
#1..its Carpathian. #2..about 3 hours because the carpathian's top speed is 15 knots.
According to the survivors that saw what happened the titanic tried to turn away but due to the illegal speed the captain had changed to they didn't see the iceberg in time to actually get far enough away from it if you watch the movie it will help you a lot more:)
The Titanic collided with an iceberg that was far larger, far heavier, and far stronger.
The unfinished voyage was from Southampton to New York is 3,419 miles but she sunk 963 miles away.
These are the Carpathians Mountains.
It did came a boat to save the survivors from the RMS Titanic, the Carpathia. But this ship was four hours away from RMS Titanic. There was a ship that was closer to RMS Titanic that Carpathia, The SS Californian, but they had their wireless communication turned off, so they didn't knew that RMS Titanic was sinking. So it did came a ship to save the survivors from RMS Titanic, but because it was so… Read More
Titanic sailed away from Southampton on the 10th April 1912
Actually, the Titanic is rusting away, but gradually.
The other ships were too far away to get to the titanic in time. Thus, the lifeboats were the only rescue.
The Carpathian Castle was created in 1892.
Carpathian Forest was created in 1990.
The Titanic Is 60 ft down in the mud.
By far, the largest part of Titanic was her hull.
Titanic sank about 400 miles from Newfoundland.
The wreck of Titanic will not be raised. She is far too fragile to be moved.
Titanic is very far down. The wreck is about 12,600 feet (or two-and-a-half miles) below sea level.
Small Carpathian Museum was created in 2008.
Carpathian Military District was created in 1946.
The Carpathia was 3 hours from the Titanic. Appromixately 58 miles when the first SOS was received from the Titanic.
Titanic was far. She had left Ireland but she was (relatively) close to North America. She was about 400 miles south of Newfoundland.
There were many ships on the water in the area where Titanic was calling for help such as the Californian, the Frankfort, the Amerika, the Birma, the Mount Temple, and maybe some others, but the only one that responded, the Californian, was sixty miles away.
In all probability - never. She's too far deep and too far away from the coast. These days the structural integrity has decreased to the point where lifting her would be extremely difficult.