Did Titanic have enough coal?
‘The coal on board is certified to amount to 5,892 tons, which is sufficient to take the ship to her next coaling port. ‘ This meant Titanic was in fact carrying 1,000 tons more coal than the Olympic did on her maiden voyage the year before, when she arrived in New York with 1,300 tons to spare.
How much coal was recovered from the Titanic?
There was enough coal recovered in the 1994 dive to make up approximately 400.000 pieces. As the sales of the coal have never been that strong they were being sold at the Artifact Exhibits for $10.00 a piece.
Did anyone from the boiler room survived Titanic?
Titanic was celebrated as the biggest, safest, most advanced ship of its age, but it was a lowly stoker in its boiler room who truly deserved the name ‘unsinkable’. John Priest survived no fewer than four ships that went to the bottom, including Titanic and its sister ship Britannic.
How many firemen survived Titanic?
Most of the firemen worked wearing only their undershirts and shorts. Of the firemen, only three leading firemen and around 45 other firemen survived.