When did the last lifeboat from the titanic arrive in new york?
All of the lifeboats were rounded up and the survivors were put aboard a nearby ship named Carpathia, which took them to New York.
It was J. Bruce Ismay. As the Titanic was heading towards the iceberg he convinced the Captain to go faster so they could arrive in New York quicker. J. Bruce Ismay selfishly joined a lifeboat as the ship was sinking. As the Managing Director of White Star Line, he reduced the number of lifeboats on the ship from 48 to 16 leaving many of the precious lifes to perish.
Carpathia salvaged thirteen of Titanic's lifeboats and brought them to New York City. The overturned lifeboat B was obviously left where it was, lifeboat A was hopelessly swamped and Capt. Rostron said that lifeboat A would have been useless in an hour. Of the remaining boats, the highest profile one was the one that was discovered a month later with three bodies in it by the Baltic. On that ship was the brother of Lawrence…