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107th Anniversary of TITANIC…

01/05/2019

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Remember, the world’s most luxurious and popular ship of all the times “RMS TITANIC…” YES! Off course how can we forget this legend of international waters. We all know the exact story of this giant ship. RMS Titanic stands for Royal Marine Steamer Titanic, was sank into the freezing North Atlantic Ocean in the midnight of 15th April 1915 and the exact time was 2:40 am of 15th April 1915. Now it is the 107th anniversary of this marine disaster.

On her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City, RMS Titanic was sinking into the North Atlantic Ocean, after the severe collision with an iceberg on the night of 14th April 1915. This incident is considered as the history’s deadliest commercial marine disaster. There were 2224 passengers along with the crew members of the ship on board and more than 1500 people have died during this marine disaster. RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time when she entered into the service and this giant ship was the second of the three Olympic-class ocean liners, which was operated by the White Star Line.

For the luxury and convenience of the passengers on board, RMS Titanic was fully equipped with an onboard gym, libraries, swimming pools, high-class restaurants and lavish cabins. When the RMS Titanic made its way into the freezing and sparkling waters, it is believed that around 1, 00,000 people were believed to have watched the launching of this giant on 31st May 1911. RMS Titanic was the largest vessel of its time, measuring with 882 feet and 9 inch in length. It is believed that the $7 billion was the estimated cost in the building of the Titanic ship.

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