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Titanic
By Robert
Table of contents
1.Intro
2.Construction
3.Passengers
4.Life styles
5.Engine
6.Nicknames
7.Collision
8.Survivors

9.Why so...
Intro
Titanic

was the biggest ship made at the time it
was at service.
Titanic

collided with an iceberg on April 14 19...
Construction
Titanic

was constructed on Queen's Island, now known as the Titanic Quarter
in Belfast Harbour, Ireland.
T...
Passagers
2,566

tickets were sold in total.

1st class: 1034

2nd class: 510
3rd class: 1022
Some of them didn’t or coul...
Life styles
Third-class

passengers could hear the loud roar of the
ship's engines in their cabins at all times.
Only

t...
Engine
It

used 825 tonnes of coal a day

The

engines each weighted 1000 tons

The Titanic had 29 boilers which used 15...
Nicknames
Some of Titanic's nicknames were:
●

The Millionaires ship

●

The Ship of dreams

●

The Unsinkable ship

●

an...
Collision
The

collision happened around 23:40 on April 14 1912

They

saw the iceberg on 23:39, once the lookout sounde...
Collision pics
Survivors
●

Only over 700 people manage to get on to a boat and
survive

●

The people who did manage to get on a boat we...
Why so many died
●

There weren’t enough life boats for even half the crew
onboard

●

The boats were not fully loaded whe...
The Wreck
●

●

Titanic's wreck sit on the sea bed over 3780 metres
beneath the surface.

It took about 15 minutes for Tit...
How the Titanic sank (video)
Fun Facts

Class fares cost $7 5s (equivalent to $608 today) while the
cheapest First Class fares cost $23 ($1,928 today)....
Sources bibliography
Wikipedia.

N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2013.
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic#
>.
YouTube.

N...
Self reflect
I think I did quite well on this Passion Project. I
think I deserve a fully meetings because. I stayed
on top...
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  1. 1. Titanic By Robert
  2. 2. Table of contents 1.Intro 2.Construction 3.Passengers 4.Life styles 5.Engine 6.Nicknames 7.Collision 8.Survivors 9.Why so much died 10.Fun facts 11.Video 12. Bibliography 13. Self reflect
  3. 3. Intro Titanic was the biggest ship made at the time it was at service. Titanic collided with an iceberg on April 14 1912 at 11:50 pm . It sank 2 hours 40 minutes later at 2:30 in the morning. It was one of the most deadliest maritime disasters in modern history
  4. 4. Construction Titanic was constructed on Queen's Island, now known as the Titanic Quarter in Belfast Harbour, Ireland. The Titanic was about 270 meters in length, which is about 1/6 of a mile. It also was 53 meters in height They thought Titanic would look better with 4 funnels when 3 were actually working Titanic was owned by the White Star Line Titanic was built in about 3 years It took 7.5 million dollars to build
  5. 5. Passagers 2,566 tickets were sold in total. 1st class: 1034 2nd class: 510 3rd class: 1022 Some of them didn’t or couldn’t go so around 2,200 people got onto Titanic.
  6. 6. Life styles Third-class passengers could hear the loud roar of the ship's engines in their cabins at all times. Only two bathtubs were available for more than 700 thirdclass passengers - one for men, one for women. Most On third-class cabins contained four to six bunks. the Titanic, only 2 suites had private washrooms.
  7. 7. Engine It used 825 tonnes of coal a day The engines each weighted 1000 tons The Titanic had 29 boilers which used 159 coal burning furnaces.  Titanic's had two 4 cylinder engines
  8. 8. Nicknames Some of Titanic's nicknames were: ● The Millionaires ship ● The Ship of dreams ● The Unsinkable ship ● and The wonder ship
  9. 9. Collision The collision happened around 23:40 on April 14 1912 They saw the iceberg on 23:39, once the lookout sounded the alarm, they only had 37 seconds to react. The water started flooding into the first 5 compartments on the starboard side, which is to the right. The Titanic could only stay afloat with any 2 compartments or the first 4 compartments fully flooded, so it sank.
  10. 10. Collision pics
  11. 11. Survivors ● Only over 700 people manage to get on to a boat and survive ● The people who did manage to get on a boat were picked up by the closet ship Carpathia. ● 2 dogs were also saved from the Titanic
  12. 12. Why so many died ● There weren’t enough life boats for even half the crew onboard ● The boats were not fully loaded when they launched, there was one boat which had 12 people on when it was built for 40. ● There was still 2 lifeboats empty when Titanic sank ● A lifeboat drill was Originally planned to take place on board the Titanic on April 14, 1912, but it had been cancelled ● There was a closer ship, but the Captain of that ship was asleep.
  13. 13. The Wreck ● ● Titanic's wreck sit on the sea bed over 3780 metres beneath the surface. It took about 15 minutes for Titanic to reach the ocean floor ● Titanic sank at a speed of about 16 km an hour. ● The Titanic's hull was discovered 74 years later.
  14. 14. How the Titanic sank (video)
  15. 15. Fun Facts Class fares cost $7 5s (equivalent to $608 today) while the cheapest First Class fares cost $23 ($1,928 today). The most expensive First Class suites cost up to $870 ($72,932 today) in high season. Third The Titanic originally was designed to carry 64 lifeboats. To save from cluttering decks, the ship ended up carrying 20 on her maiden voyage. The Titanic's crew failed to fire correct distress signals after hitting the iceberg. Instead, the incorrect rocket pattern signaled to any ship in the area: "I'm having navigation problem. Please stand clear.“ If the ship had hit the berg head first, Titanic probably would have survived because of the strength of its bulkheads.
  16. 16. Sources bibliography Wikipedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic# >. YouTube. Np., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2013.<http://www.youtube.com/?gl=CA>
  17. 17. Self reflect I think I did quite well on this Passion Project. I think I deserve a fully meetings because. I stayed on topic pretty much most of the class time I was given. I think I could of added a bit more detail into this project. Also I could have added a bit more pictures.
  18. 18. The End
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