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Transcript of Titanic
At promptly 11:40pm on April 14, 1912 an iceberg was spotted in Titanic's line of travel
The Sinking of the Titanic
Titanic was built in Belfast by a company named Harland and Wolff.
Construction began in 1909 and ended in 1911
Workers included: Architects, shipyard workers, engineers, painters, mold artists, and many more.
Total cost of construction was about $7.5 million
Construction of the Titanic
The RMS Titanic
By: Klark Critten
Fowler, Dave. "Building the Titanic." Titanic Facts. Http://www.titanicfacts.net/, 01 Jan. 2011. Web. 08 Jan. 2014.
The Maiden Voyage
The RMS Titanic was the worlds largest passenger vessel at the time. The vessel sank on April 15th, 1912 due to a collision with an iceberg. This devastation resulted in more than 1,500 deaths.
324 First Class Passengers
Average room rate: $2,975-$83,200
284 Second Class Passengers
Average room rate: $1,200 -today
709 Third Class Passengers
Average room rate: $298 -today
Destination- New York City
April 3rd, 1912- Crew load Titanic with supplies
April 10th, 1912- Passengers board ship
On Titanic's maiden voyage, the vessel was carrying precious cargo and it's 2,224 passengers and crew
After the spotting, Titanic directly hit the iceberg immediately on its starboard side.
As passengers rushed to the 20 available lifeboats
Around 2:20am on April 15, 1912 Titanic hit the Atlantic floor
Passengers in lifeboats were later rescued by a neighboring ship called "Carpathia"
Lavish Dining Rooms
First Class Staircase
Adams, Simon, "Eyewitness Books: Titanic"
DK Publishing, 1999
Titanic- New Sinking Theory. History Channel. Youtube ww.youtube.com/watch?v=_09XR-P86nw
15 January 2014