Explore the Titanic like you never have before, with interactive features about its construction, its ill-fated maiden voyage and the survivors who lived to tell the tale.
Titanic By the Numbers
Titanic By the NumbersInteractive
Deconstructing History: Titanic
Deconstructing History: TitanicVideo Clip (1:57)
Video Clip (1:57)
Everyone knows the Titanic was big, and we have the hard numbers to prove it. Discover what made it a supersized ship.
Coroner's Report: Titanic
Coroner's Report: TitanicVideo Clip (2:01)
Video Clip (2:01)
When the "unsinkable" ocean liner Titanic was lost after hitting an iceberg on April 15, 1912, lifeboats saved only 700 of her passengers. What did the 1,500 people who went down with the ship experience in the icy waters of the North Atlantic?
Titanic's Achilles Heel
Titanic's Achilles HeelVideo Clip (3:10)
Video Clip (3:10)
In 2005, John Chatteron and Richie Kohler explored the shipwrecks of the Titanic and Britannic through a series of dives, forensic photos, and eyewitness testimony, in an attempt to figure out what really happened.
Avoiding Disaster on the Titanic
Avoiding Disaster on the TitanicVideo Clip (3:40)
Video Clip (3:40)
With only 37 seconds to avoid disaster, could the Titanic crew have changed its course in time? Watch this clip to find out.
Expedition TitanicVideo Clip (2:58)
Video Clip (2:58)
Corroded metal and debris. These are only a few things that a person will see when he examines what remains of the Titanic. Ralph White, a master cinematographer, explains his past and present voyages to the wreckage of the Titanic.
The Titanic's Structure
The Titanic's StructureVideo Clip (3:01)
Video Clip (3:01)
Naval architect Roger Long breaks down Titanic's structure to gain better insight into how and why the "unsinkable" ship sank.
Titanic's LookoutVideo Clip (3:06)
Video Clip (3:06)
The first to see the iceberg that would sink the unsinkable ship, Frederick Fleet held himself responsible for the fate of the ship and its passengers.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown
The Unsinkable Molly BrownVideo Clip (1:50)
Video Clip (1:50)
Known for attempts to turn her rescue boat around, Titanic survivor Margaret Brown made waves on land as well. Find out what happened to the "Unisinkable Molly Brown" after Titanic.
Titanic: Stewardess Survival
Titanic: Stewardess SurvivalVideo Clip (2:13)
Video Clip (2:13)
Find out what happened to Violet Jessup, a stewardess aboard the Titanic and the only woman to survive the sinking of both the Titanic and her sister ship, Britannic.
A Titanic Survivor
A Titanic SurvivorVideo Clip (3:10)
Video Clip (3:10)
Millvina Dean, inspiration for the movie Titanic, shares her survival story.
Photo Galleries (2)
Titanic: Before and After
Titanic: Before and After(13 Photos)
Compare images of the Titanic before and after she sank. What has over 90 years at the bottom of the ocean done to the top deck, the hull?
Titanic: Aboard the Ship
Titanic: Aboard the Ship(12 Photos)
Explore some of the most interesting artifacts salvaged from the Titanic's wreck and discover which influential figures perished when the great ship collided with an iceberg.
Speeches & Audio (1)
Titanic Survivor's Eyewitness Account
Titanic Survivor's Eyewitness AccountAudio Clip (3:03)
Audio Clip (3:03)
In 1935, a survivor of Titanic recounts his experience aboard the doomed ship. On its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk off the coast of Newfoundland on April 12, 1912, killing more than 1,500 passengers.
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