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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Starboard Cafe | | A Free Cruise Vacation Design Resource :-) The Sinking of the Titanic in 1912 The 46 ton Titanic was built in Belfast, Ireland with American money and British technology The ship was going about 21 nauts or 24 mph even though captain E.J. Smith received warnings of icebergs ahead from other ships. The Titanic was on the 5th day of it's maiden voyage. The two lookouts weren't using standard White StarLine binoculars while onthe job. Causing the ship to be blindsided and they didn't see the ice berg until it was only a quarter mile away. The crew made an attempt to swerve out of the way, but unfortunately it wastore into by the massive iceberg. After six water tight compartments were compromised and the ship began to take on tons of water the crew began boarding women and children onto lifeboats, although some men managed to sneak on at the last minute. There were barely enough lifeboats for half of the passengers whichweren't even departing the ship at full capacity due to the chaoticenvironment, leaving crew membersand passengers stuck on this deathtrap. The ship was fullysubmerged at 2:20 am killing over 1,500 people. Out of the 2200 crew and passengers aboardonly 706 managed to make it out alive. By: Emme Lutterbach
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