Why Is The Titanic Unsinkable

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The Unsinkable Tragedy 1,500 people died April.15 , 1912 aboard the cruise liner believed to be unsinkable ( Titanic the unsinkable). Both words should be capatlized The legendary ship is believed thought to have sank because the cpt. spell out the word captain couldn't find his binoculars to see the iceberg and he ignored the iceberg warning(on this day). The real tragedy that took place was the cold fact that all of this could have been avoided if the cpt. would have done his job properly. What i find most disheartening is that of the 705 people that made it out most of them were wealthy because if you weren't wealthy back then you were looked at as if you were nothing. These are just a few tragic things that are true about the sinking of the Titanic.…show more content…
First of all it was 882 feet long (klinkenberg).Second of all the Titanic weighed 46,000 tons (Titanic the unsinkable).The third thing is the Titanic's engine generated 59,000 hp (klinkenberg). These are just a few little facts to let you know why so many people believed the Titanic was unsinkable. The sinking of the Titanic was a huge loss. The Titanic sank on april.15 1912. It only took 3 hours for the Titanic to go under.Today the Titanic is 370 miles under the ocean (Delgado).These are just some basic facts about the Titanic sinking. Let's talk about how expensive the Titanic is.First of all it cost 7.5 million dollars to build the Titanic (klinkenberg).Second of all it would cost you 4,350 dollars for one passenger to sail across the ocean in the Titanic(klinkenberg).Third of all the Titanic consumed 825 tons of coal(klinkenberg).Also it took 885 crew members just to run the ship(klinkenberg).This shows that the Titanic also affected

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