High speeds, a fatal wrong turn, cut costs, weather conditions, a dismissed key iceberg warning and lack of binoculars and lifeboats all contributed to one of the worst maritime tragedies.
It’s Jack and Rose’s movie, but a lot of the people they meet had their own incredible stories.
It’s the only letter on the ship’s stationery to have gone down and come back again.
A rare photo of the doomed ocean liner, likely taken the day before it set sail on its maiden voyage, is going on the auction block.
In 1985, a joint American-French expedition tracked down one of the biggest prizes in maritime archeology: the 73-year-old wreck of the “unsinkable” ocean liner Titanic.
Always wanted to visit the underwater wreckage site of Titanic? Now you can.
Three artifacts linked to the wealthy passengers who escaped the Titanic aboard Lifeboat No. 1 will be auctioned off tomorrow in New York City.
History is full of bizarre, seemingly impossible coincidences. Check out six stories that may sound unbelievable—but are all true.
An investment group is hoping to claim its share of the market with a new Titanic theme park, slated to open in 2016.
The testimony of witnesses who survived Titanic's demise is presented in a new book by writer Nic Compton.