Titanic Facts: Interesting facts about the Titanic

Facts about the Titanic

The Titanic holds the oldest wine cellar in the world and despite the wreckage; all the bottles are still intact.

It took 2 hours and 40 minutes for titanic to sink after it is hit by an iceberg.

If there wasn’t a 30 second delay in giving the order to change its course after spotting an iceberg, then titanic could have been saved.

Titanic is not the worst maritime disaster in history. On 30 January 1945, during the Second World War, the German flagship MV Wilhelm Gustloff was torpedoes off the coast of Poland with the loss of more than 9,00 people, many of whom were refugees.

Many passengers could have been saved if most of the lifeboats were filled to its capacity.

The chief baker of the titanic fortified himself with alcohol and thus survived the freezing water for 2 hours until he was rescued.

The musicians of the titanic kept playing the music for hours as the ship sank.

The fourth funnel of the Titanic was fake. It was added to make the ship look more powerful and symmetrical.

The most expensive first class suites in the Titanic were to have costs up to 870 Euros that would be 75,156 Euro today.

Nearly a dozen couples were celebrating their honeymoon on the Titanic.

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