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DEPARTURE
NO. OF ROOMS
PROMO CODE
OR CALL 877-342-0742
RESERVE A ROOM BUY TICKETS
QUEEN MARY [MEASUREMENTS] TITANIC
1,019.5 ft (310.74 m) OVERALL LENGTH 882.9 ft.
81,237 gross tons Gross Tonnage 46,329 gross tons
1,001 Transatlantic Crossings 0 - Ship sank on Maiden Voyage
8 ft. (2.44 m.) to 30 ft. (9.14m.) in length; up to 1.25 in. (3.2 cm.) thick Hull Plates 1 in. thick
118 ft. (35.97 m.) Moulded Breadth 92.6 ft.
181 ft. (55.17 m.) Keel to Smokestack 175 ft.
160,000 Horsepower 46,000
28.5 knots Cruising Speed 21 knots
140 tons Rudder 101 1/4 tons
Three - Elliptical in shape; 36 ft. fore and aft, 23.3 ft. wide Smokestacks Three were functional and the fourth was a dummy to create the illusion of a more powerful ship.
140 tons Rudder 101 1/4 tons
 
QUEEN MARY [STATISTICS] TITANIC
John Brown & Co., LTD.,
Clydebank, Scotland
Constructed by Harland & Wolff, LTD.,
Belfast, Ireland
Cunard Steamship Co., LTD. Commissioned by White Star Line
December 1, 1930 Keel Laid March 31, 1909
September 26, 1934 Date Launched May 31, 1911
May 27, 1936 Maiden Voyage April 10, 1912
Over 2,000 Portholes 2,000
Over 10 million Rivets 3 million
12 Number of Decks 9
1,957 Passenger Capacity 2,440
1,174 Officers and Crew 860
3 - Steam type. Two on forward funnel, one on middle funnel. Each over 6 ft. long, weighing 2,205 LB. Whistles Three sets consisting of three bell domes grouped together with a suitable branch plate. One set was fitted on each of the three foremost funnels and were electrically operated.
145 persons Lifeboat Capacity 65
27 Boilers 29
 

History of Titanic

Departed: April 10, 1912, at Noon from Southampton, England, narrowly escaping collision as Titanic's propeller suction snapped the mooring lines of another ship (American Line, New York)
First Stop: April 10, 1912, at 7:00 p.m., Cherbourg, France
Second Stop: April 11, 1912, at 12:30 p.m. in Queenstown, Ireland. Departed at 2:00 p.m. for non-stop voyage to New York City
Hit Iceberg: April 14, 1912, at 11:40 p.m.
Distress: April 15, 1912, at 12:15 a.m. first wireless call for help
12:45 a.m.: First lifeboat lowered
2:05 a.m.: Last lifeboat leaves ship
2:20 a.m.: Titanic breaks in two and sinks
3:30 a.m.: Rockets sighted from Cunard liner Carpathia from Titanic's lifeboats
8:30 a.m.: Last lifeboat of Titanic survivors rescued by Carpathia
8:50 a.m. Carpathia heads for New York with 705 survivors aboard

The Discovery of the Titanic

Wreck Discovered: September 1, 1985, at 1:05 a.m.
Wreck Site: 41° 42'' N., 49° 56'W
Nearest Land: Newfoundland 400 miles to the north
Depth: Approximately 2 1/2 miles