How Many Dinner Plates Were On The Titanic

Titanic was the largest and grandest ship of its time. Built in Ireland in 1909, Titanic had a total passager capacity of 3547 for all classes. Titanic had a total of 12000 plates of dinner on board a test that it was a giant liner. According to the reports the ship could accommodate approximately 833 First Class Passengers, 614 in Second Class and 1,006 in Third Class, it could accoodate 1000 crew members.

 

Titanic was built in Belfast by the ship building company Harland and Wolff. Destined to operate between Southampton UK to New York port, and due to its massive size it accommodated unprecedented number of passager never seen before.

It was the biggest ship in those days and it had 3 classes. The passagers had to cross the sea for a number of days hence they needed food.

Unfortunately Titanic sank during its maiden trip at North Atlantic Ocean after striking an iceberg on April 1912 on its way to New York from Southampton.

An estimated 1500 passagers passengers and crew on board died out of its more than 2224 she carried at the time of the accident making it the largest catastrophe of its time.

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