Contents Construction Facilities onboard Maiden voyage The sinking Aftermath
Construction The Titanic was built in Belfast by a company named Harland and Wolff Between 1909 and 1912. The owner of Harland and wolf was lord Pierre.
Facilities onboard These facilities were onboard three electric elevators; a heated swimming pool; a gymnasium; a swimming pool; a Turkish bath; a squash court; an authentic Parisian cafe with French waiters; a sunlit veranda cafe with live palm trees; a fully equipped darkroom for amateur photographers to try their skills
Maiden Voyage The maiden voyage set sail from Southampton to Cherbourg then to Queenstown to pick to pick up the final passengers to set of to the city of New York on the Wednesday 10 th April 1912.
The Sinking At 2:05am the last lifeboat left, with 1,500 people still on board the sinking ship. Captain Smith told the remaining crew members that "It's every man for himself" and returned to the bridge to await the end. There was 886 survivors and about 1500 died.
The Aftermath After receiving Titanic's distress signals, RMS Carpathia arrived at 4:10am to rescue any survivors, just under two hours after Titanic had sunk.