Titanic Stair Case

The Titanic

The Titanic one of the most tragic events ever recorded in history. but this massive vessal did not just look nice but it was the most complex."I was thoroughly familiar with pretty well every type of ship afloat but it took me 14 days before I could, with confidence, find my way from one part of that ship to another" Charles Lightoller, Titanic Second Officer (describing his impression of the sheer size of Titanic) this massive beast coverd 882 feet 9 inches - the length of the Titanic (269.1 metres). 92 feet 6 inches - the width ('beam') of the ship at the widest point (28.2 metres). 175 feet - Titanic's height measured from the top of the funnels to the keel, also referred to as the hull (53.3 metres). 104 feet - Titanic's height measured from the top of the bridge to the keel (31.2 metres) How Much Did The Titanic Weigh? 46,328 tons - the weight of Titanic in gross register tons. 1,328 - the difference in tonnage between Titanic and her sister ship Olympic (resulting from the increased size of her deck houses and other external additions). 52,310 tons - Titanic's displacement, i.e. the amount of water that Titanic displaced when fully loaded.