[1] Round stern [2] Sterncastle [3] Rudder [4] Propellers (two of seven meters in diameter and one of five) [5] Third-class cabins [6] Electric crane [7] Access to third class [8] Second-class meeting room [9] Second-class cabins [10] Cellar [11] Main mast [12] Stairs [13] Access to second class [14] Waiting room [15] Second-class passage [16] Second-class smoking room [17] Library and second-class living room [18] Second-class dining room [19] Second-class cabins [20] Storage of onboard supplies [21] Refrigerated chambers [22] Potable water tanks [23] Engine room of the elevators [24] Ventilators [25] First-class meeting room [26] Well of stairs and elevators [27] Engine room [28] Storage of onboard supplies [29] Hot foods depot [30] First-class meeting room [31] Turkish baths [32] First-class cafe with grandstand [33] First-class library [34] First-class smoking room [35] First-class cabins with accommodation for servants [36] Second-class cabins [37] Seafoods depot [38] Funnels [39] Superheaters [40] Engine room [41] Turbine shaft [42] Parsons turbine [43] Steam ducts [44] Emergency door to engine room [45] Kitchen's ventilation duct [46] Storage of onboard supplies [47] Kitchen [48] Maitre's office [49] Ornate corridors [50] Glass dome [51] First-class entrance [52] Double-ramped staircase [53] Potato wash machine [54] Main kitchen [55] Main engine room [56] Smoking room for engine personnel [57] Lifeboat [58] Quick-release davit [59] First-class pantry [60] Boiler room [61] Watertight door [62] Boiler [63] Surrounding duct of funnel's smoke box [64] Watertight bulkhead in the center of the vessel [65] Coal depot [66] Funnel's stays [67] First-class passage [68] Boiler [69] Signal and compass bridge [70] First-class cabins [71] Gymnasium [72] Lifeboat [73] First-class writing room [74] First-class entrance [75] First-class reception area [76] First-class dining room [77] Living room [78] Reception room [79] Storage of materials for machines [80] Coal depot [81] Watertight bulkhead [82] First-class passage [83] Elevator's well [84] First-class cabins with accommodation for servants [85] Laundry [86] Storage of materials for machines [87] Fourfold bunk beds [88] Bedroom [89] Lounge [90] Adam-style chimney [91] Ventilators [92] Surrounding duct of funnel's smoke box [93] Boiler room [94] Boilers [95] Coal depot [96] Watertight bulkhead [97] Command post [98] Bridge [99] First-class cabin with 15-meter lodging decorated with mahogany [100] Toilets [101] First-class cabins with accommodation for servants [102] First-class cabins for very important persons [103] Rooms for playing squash [104] "Electric camel" gymnastic bike [105] Swimming pool [106] Storage of onboard supplies [107] Stokers' passage [108] Steam crane [109] Third-class living and smoking rooms [110] Third-class and crew cabins [111] Main access to third-class and crew cabins [112] First-class lugagge [113] Office [114] Storage of onboard supplies [115] Renault car property of passenger William Carter [116] Sprit [117] Lookout [118] Fore mast with inner ladder [119] Forecastle [120] Anchor [121] Stem [122] Double-bottom hull [123] Boat deck [124] Passage deck [125] Command bridge [126] Protected deck [127] First-class deck [128] Upper deck [129] Middle deck [130] Lower deck [131] Stowage deck [132] Liquid storage deck

The tragedy of the Titanic is printed in marine history as an almost unique event, given that the ship in question was regarded as one out of the ordinary. She was furnished with such luxury that it would not be wild to refer to her as a floating palace. The Titanic adopted the most modern technology to allow her passengers to reach their destinations as quickly as possible. At the time of her launching she was the largest object built by the human being to move across the surface of the planet, for she had a length exceeding 260 meters and a displacement of about 52000 tonnes. For those who travelled by sea, the Titanic was a memorable experience.

Specifications of RMS Titanic ocean liner

Tonnage
Gross register: 46328 tonnes
Dimensions
Length: 269.1 meters (882 feet 10.5 inches)
Beam: 28.2 meters (92 feet 6.22 inches)
Draught: 10.5 meters (34 feet 5.37 inches)
Propulsion
Boilers: 28
Reciprocating steam engines: 2 x 15000 horsepower
Steam turbines: 1 x 16000 horsepower
Speed
Maximum: 23 knots (42.6 kilometers/hour)
Service: 21 knots (38.9 kilometers/hour)
Range
Maximum: 10200 kilometers (5507 nautical miles) at 21 knots
Passengers
Maximum: 2435
Crew
892

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