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  • The Tragic Impact Of The Titanic

    given freely by survivors of the ship, there was a movie based on it and a documentary but there are still so many questions that are left with no explanations. One thing we do know for sure, it was the first global disaster for mankind. Victims from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and even Africa, not even the plague in the middle Ages reached so many corners of the world. The Titanic’s tragic incident changed sea travel forever and for the better. For starters the lifeboats were taken more serious. The Titanic didn’t carry enough lifeboats for her passengers and crew. After the Titanic’s historic accident, ships were required to provide one seat for every passenger and crew member on a…

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  • Puura Vida Princess Case Report

    The Tico Times, the ship left Herradura Bay on 8th of January and on its way across the Gulf of Nicoya. During the departure, the sea was calm but within 30 minutes after, at about 2040H, the ship had called for a distress call but it rapidly sank due to strong winds and rough sea. The vessel was said to be on an all-inclusive day adventure to Tortuga Island from Jaco. Total number of passenger was on about 96 with its 10 manned crew. Unfortunately this accident caused a death to three…

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  • Facts About Titanic

    Then I will found out some more about the ship – where was it going, how old was it, why they built it and why it was such a popular ship? Titanic Titanic was a British passenger liner, which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg. It was one of the deadliest commercial peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. Titanic’s originally name is RMS Titanic. RMS stands for Royal Mail Steamer. Titanic, the largest ship afloat at the…

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  • Why Do We Sink The Titanic

    Titanic, a huge cruise ship built by man. The Titanic was believed to be indestructible and unsinkable. They said not even God can sink the Titanic; the name says it all. This ship was very luxurious and the largest of all ships. It was set for voyage April 10, 1912 after being built for three years. This Luxurious Giant was filled with many of the world’s wealthiest and famous people setting sail across the North Atlantic all the way to New York (Well, at least that was their intention). In…

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  • Who Is To Blame The Titanic

    “Even God could not sink her,” it was bragged. The Titanic was the fastest and the biggest ship in the world. It was also considered to be the most beautiful and unsinkable. Then on April 14, 1912, occurred the most remarkable ship catastrophe of the historical 100 years. The Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and sank with a loss of 1500 people. The Titanic’s captain, Captain Edward J. Smith, played a bewildering role in this catastrophe.…

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  • The Olympic Story Of Titanic: The Unsinkable Ship

    popularly called as the "Unsinkable ship" with the tagline "Not even God can sink this ship". Unfortunately, this gigantic ship was engulfed by the ocean on her maiden voyage killing 1,517 people. With the movie Titanic, made in 1997, James Cameroon was extolled for his great depiction of the facts. Later investigations contradicted Cameroon in many aspects. What happened to this Unsinkable ship? Let us move to the true bottom. The three sisters White Star line, inorder to dominate the…

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  • Titanic Engineering Disaster Essay

    British passenger ship that sank after hitting an iceberg on her maiden voyage from Southampton (United Kingdom) to New York City, in April 1912. Titanic was at the time the largest ship ever built and was considered to be unsinkable. The tragedy claimed the lives of over 1,500 people. Many factors contributed to the catastrophe: removing half the amount of lifeboats originally planned for the ship, and cruising in high speed in an iceberg-prone environment. As for the engineering point of view:…

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  • Essay On Titanic Sinning

    on April 10, 1912, the passengers had no idea what they were about to experience. The ship was said to be the safest ship built and was luxurious. There were about 2,200 people. The passengers were made up as some of the richest people, who made up the first class. There were also the poor, which made up the third class. On March 31, 1909, construction began on the Titanic, a ship that was going to be known as the “unsinkable” ship. Although the shipbuilders demanded* that they never…

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  • Titanic Persuasive Essay

    The Titanic was the “unsinkable” ship that sank and took the lives of 1,522 passengers and crew. The ship was widely believed to be the safest ever built at the time; however, the ship’s builders never said it was unsinkable. It was actually Shipbuilders magazine that described the ship as “practically unsinkable”. Though it has been over one-hundred years since the sinking of the Titanic, the story, which includes both heroes and villains, still enthralls us (Hutchings). The idea for the…

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  • Essay About Titanic

    Atlantic ocean and dive to the depth of the sea. Theretofore, the Atlantic sea witnessed many ships and vessels ply in various purposes between Europe and America. It may many ships sank into the sea for different reasons, but nobody thought this kind of a ship with having such a strong structure and safety suffers such a historical tragedy. On April 16 of 1912, the New York Times newspaper release an article, which is about the investigating of the cause of more life losing in the Titanic was…

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