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The RMS Titanic

Brief facts about the Titanic

Victoria Creary

on 30 September 2012

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The RMS Titanic The RMS Titanic was a British registered four funneled ocean liner built for the transatlantic passenger and mail service between Southampton, England and New York. What is the RMS Titanic? The Titanic was the second of three large liners intended to work the Southampton-New York "shuttle" service. The sister ships, The RMS Olympic and RMS Brittanic were planned to be near identical. Did you know? A Ship of Dreams First class passengers had access to numerous facilities such as a gymnasium, a squash court, a salt water swimming pool, electric and Turkish baths, a barbershop, kennels for first class dogs, elevators and both open and enclosed promenades. The Rich and Famous Some of the wealthiest people of that time period were aboard the Titanic one of them being American businessman John Jacob Astor IV who unfortunatelty did not survive the sinking. The Titanic sank four days into her maiden voyage. On the night April 14th through the morning of April 15, 1912 in the north Atlantic Ocean when it side swiped an iceburg. The Doomed Night More than 1,500 people died in the sinking of the ship.The youngest person to die was 1 year old Sidney Goodwin along with both parents and 5 older siblings. Victims of the Sinking As a result of the ship sinking it became required of all ships to provide enough lifeboats and vests for passengers. Today the Titanic remains at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean where it serves as a final resting ground for the 1,500 people that perished. Sadly in about 20 years from now the Titanic will be nothing more than a rust stain at the bottom of the ocean floor. 100 Years Later
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