She lies on the bed of the Atlantic Ocean about 1,000 miles East of Boston , Massachussetts and 375 miles South East of St.John's, Newfoundland, in a 2.5 mile depth of water. Her wreck is broken into two parts, with the stern section approximately 1,650 feet apart from the bow- the whole area is littered with a huge debris field and vast quantities of coal.
lets hope not and what i believe is they should let the Titanic and all the stuff in it rest in peace
2, the rest died
That would be Wallace Hartley. He and the rest of the band perished in the sinking.
The titanic it's self sank and the people on the boat went along with the boat some of them died and the rest survived
Yes there was they swam to shore for safety but the rest drowned :(
the features installed by the pakistani engineers. Rest is history.
1500 people died, and the survivors were haunted for the rest of their lives
They didn't have to look for it anymore.
There was 16 boats on titanic! It was actually against the law to not have that many boats on board the titanic, so it was women and children who went on first! And the rest left behind......... So as you see this is the information for your question! Good luck! ~From Coolcats1234!
The reader understands the author's reasons for wanting to find the Titanic?The reader realizes that the author has regrets about finding the Titanic.A mood of disappointment builds and lasts throughout the rest of the passage.A respectful mood forms alongside the existing general mood of excitement.
Only one lifeboat. The rest went somewhere else.
Out or the 2223 people on board 1517 people died and the rest got injured.
For exhaust. Three were connected to boiler uptakes and the fourth was connected to the kitchen and the rest of the ship for ventilation.
If the bulkheads at the front of the ship had been built to the height of the rest, the Titanic probably would not have sunk and would have been able to limp into port.
Well, there were not many survivors to rescue. They rescued about six, but the rest froze in the water and died. Rose dawson today is no longer alive, but you can read all about her and her journey on the titanic
It is indeed at the bottom of the ocean (where it came to rest). However, one could not describe this situation as the Titanic being "on display", which implies that someone has arrange this for public viewing (as in a museum exhibition).
Titanic from 1997 is the second highest grossing film of all time. It grossed $600 million in the US, $1.2 billion in the rest of the world! For a total of $1.8 billion
Some got in the life boats and some were in wooding doors and they yelled help the rest just died
Out of 2,228 passengers, there were 706 survivors.700 people survived the titanic incident.Around 700 people survied while the rest died which was around 1,500706 People Survived
Because there are many lives lost on that ship, the captain and the lives that were lost out there they would want the ship to stay in the water and rest in peace. That is 99% INCORRECT. A group of scientists already found the Titanic. If they took the Titanic out of the water, it would disintegrate. This would happen because the Titanic is so old and rotten, and has been in the ocean for a very long time.
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No icecream parlor. But yest to all the rest.
1/8 of the iceberg is at the surface while the rest remains. This is an average iceberg (based on titanic)
Rose was a character in the story and never existed but in the mind of the writer of the story. The only thing true about the movie was the fact that the Titanic hit an iceburg and sank killing people on the ship. The rest of the story was fictional.
The Carpathia was struck by a torpedo, 115 miles off the coast of Ireland. The famous ship that saved many Titanic's survivors, finally went to rest at the bottom of the sea. Rest In Peace Carpathia