The Titanic departed for its maiden voyage on April 10 for New York, from Southampton with passengers and crew. Crew members and passengers alike did not react appropriately to the disaster and were very calm about the whole thing because they thought the Titanic was unsinkable and failed to act.
The strong force of the rotation of the propellers powered the ship through rough ice waters.
Louise Patten, the granddaughter of Charles Lightoller, the highest senior officer that survived the wreck, claimed that Titanic hit the iceberg because the man at the wheel made a mistake.
Iron rivets and unskilled workers caused the massive ship to not live up to its unsinkable label.
Titanic had four elevators, a heated swimming pool, a gym, two libraries, and two barber shops, which was very impressive for a ship of that era It was therefore no surprise that Smith took Titanic in her maiden voyage in April There were twenty-four double ended boilers and five single ended boilers that were housed in six boiler rooms.
Most of the debris is concentrated near the stern section of Titanic.
A majority of the third class passengers did not know how to get to the deck and were not even given the chance to survive. Her gradual decay is due to a number of different physical, chemical and biological processes that are taking place at such depth.