How many floors did the Titanic?
Subsequently, one may also ask, how many people died on the Titanic?
The Titanic — billed as an unsinkable ship — hit an iceberg and sank on April 15, 1912. Over 1,500 people died in the maritime disaster, while 705 individuals survived. A number of the victims and survivors were famous people.
Beside above, what did the 1st class rooms look like on the Titanic? The first class public rooms included a dining saloon, reception room, restaurant, lounge, reading and writing room, smoking room and the veranda cafes and palm courts.
Beside above, how many bags of mail were on the Titanic?
There were 3,364 bags of mail onboard, and between 700 and 800 parcels. (The RMS in RMS Titanic stood for "Royal Mail Steamship.")
What did the 2nd class rooms look like on the Titanic?
Most of the second class accommodation on Titanic consisted of cabins with bunk-beds. Each cabin had either two beds or four and in total there was room for around 550 passengers. Passengers in second class had facilities such as a spacious outdoor promenade, a smoking room, a library and dining room.