The Ship's Departure Of The Titanic

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The Titanic, made on the 31st of March 1909, was the biggest ship in American history. Weighing approximately 52,310 tons, it could carry almost 4,000 people. It measured 46,328 gross register tons and with a draught of 34 feet 7 inches. 2,228 people boarded the titanic, being as big as it was, and of course they had their space. The ship was said to be unsinkable, but is that as true as it seems…? The Ship 's Departure
The Titanic started its journey on April 10th, 1912, journeying through the Atlantic ocean, and all was peaceful, the waters were calm, with nothing disturbing this wonderful journey. The air smelled of salt water, a soft breeze, and a slight chill in the air. The ship’s hull sliced the icy waters as it sailed across the sea. Four days into the journey, the ship had sailed about 375 miles south of
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If anything was to be ruined, Surely no one would even think of it. This was a luxury cruise after all. Rooms Galore! There was many activities to do on this ship, including an actual pool for people who wanted to swim, without the sharks. Titanic also had many other activities, like an opera room, dining halls, Coffee places, and many others. This ship also had 1st class, 2nd class, and 3rd class. There were many rooms, so there was tons of space for every passenger. The rooms for the passengers were well fit and organized. They even had three cigar rooms.
The Ice Dagger On the late evening of 14 April, 1912, Adults were panic stricken, children were crying, the captain and his crew were calling to everyone on other ships nearby, But what caused them to be so terrified? The ship had hit an iceberg, The exact size of the iceberg will probably never be known, but according to early newspaper reports the height and length of the iceberg was approximated at 50 to 100 feet high and 200 to 400 feet long. The iceberg had had ruptured the Titanic 's hull, making a huge hole in the

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