Where can I find the map of the Titanic?
The map is an important document detailing the layout of the decks of the RMS Titanic. Frank Carlson is given a copy of this map on the evening of 14 April, 1912 by his steward, John Smethells . The map can be accessed at any time during Carlson’s mission by clicking on it at the bottom of the screen.
What was the Titanic’s route?
The planned route of the Titanic is taken as follows: Departure off Daunt’s Rock light vessel 5 – 51 ° 43’ N, 08 ° 16’ W Turning point off the Old Head of Kinsale 6 – 51 ° 33’ N, 08 ° 32’ W To a point south of the Nantucket Shoals light vessel 8 – 40 ° 35’ N, 69 ° 36.5’ W As we all know, the RMS Titanic never completed her maiden voyage.
Why play at Titanic Golf Club?
This opens in a new window. Titanic Golf Club presents golf lovers a very special golf course with the magnificence of the Taurus Mountain and its location between a romantic stream and Mediterranean. The paths of the golf course which directly lay through the coastline presents golf lovers an incredible view at each pit.
Where was the Titanic built?
RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time she entered service and the second of three Olympic -class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line. She was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Thomas Andrews, who was the chief naval architect of the shipyard at that time, died in the disaster.