The Titanic weighed 52,310 tons
The Titanics weight (displacement) was 46,000 Tons.
90 1000 tonnes
I don't no personally but the Titanic was made of metal and you have seen from pictures and stuff I dout that would be 42 kgs.
The iceberg ruptured how many of the Titanics watertight compartments
The "Unsinkable ship"
To deliver mail and passengers
edward john smith
The Britannic and the Olympic
Because the titanics boilers did not measure how much steam was boiling if there was to much steam it would go out the funnels that were 63 feet high.
he is as strong as 31 titanics
that it was a unsinkable ship
Edward John Smith
the volume of the titanic is about 14,289,515.63 cubic feet
Captain Edward John Smith.
Type your answer here... 173 ft tall
R.M.S Olympic and H.M.H.S Britannic.
Titanic's iceberg was about 400 miles south of Newfoundland,
Yes the sisters did sink on there first voiige
710 people survived the Titanics Accident
Swimming pool or maybe Turkish Bath
the Titanics destination was New York City
The Titanic's destination on her maiden voyage was the port of New York.
Titanic's captain was Edward John Smith. (died on the ship).
The White Star line's rival was the Cunard line.
succumbing to hypothermia in the 28 degree water
It was believed that Titanic's pool is 50 yards long.
queen Mary is the size of two titanics
The Titanic has 2 sisters: The RMS Olympic and the HMHS Britannic
The RMS Titanic had the capacity to carry 2,435 passengers and 892 crew.
the olympic is titanics sister ship that's hull broke off and she sunk
The Carpathia came to titanics rescue
no. the caperitania was the titanics sister and was approxemently 225 feet longer
the titanics sisters name is brittanic pronounced as (BRI-TANIC)
the titanics tickets looked like they were white red and blue
It was supposed to sail to new york (usa) But that didn't turn out so well
Titanic's triple-chime whistles could be heard for 11 miles.
The British shipping company Cunard Line. Most people think its German but its British.
The crows nest was above the bridge deck near the bow of Titanic.
The word titanic is derived from the Titans, the predecessors of the Greek Olympian Gods.
They found large tears rips and dents in the ship from the impact of the crash
Harland & Wolff purchased the yard for £5,000 on 9/21 in 1858.
a large ractanguler shape full to the top with heated salt water
There were two. The Olympic was constructed about a year ahead of the Titanic. Then after the Titanic was the Britanic which also sank.