Did any workers survive the Titanic?
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Considering this, did any of the Titanic crew survive?
706 – the total number of survivors (492 passengers and 214 crew) who survived.
Similarly, did any third class survive Titanic? When the lifeboats were finally lowered officers gave the order that "women and children" should go first. Class did make a difference however - less than one third of steerage passengers survived, although women and children survived in greater numbers across all classes as they were given priority on the lifeboats.
In this way, how many coal workers survived the Titanic?
Titanic Engineering Crew 163 – the number of Stokers – i.e. firemen (an estimated 45 survived). 73 – the number of Coal Trimmers (an estimated 20 survived). 33 – the number of Greasers (4 survived). 22 April 1914 – the date on which the Titanic Engineers' Memorial was unveiled at Andrews Park in Southampton, England.
Did Titanic survivors get eaten by sharks?
No reported attacks. Thankfully, the passengers avoided a shark disaster for two related reasons: Too Cold, Too Far. Three potentially dangerous Atlantic sharks would be the Oceanic Whitetip, Tiger and Great White. None of them would have wanted to show up to the scene.