Titanic, Residence

Titanic Floor

The Lightoller Suite, Lightoller was originally intended to be a first class officer on the Titanic, but a day before the maiden voyage of the Titanic, Captain Smith decided to employ his first class officer from the Olympic to be his first class officer forcing Lightoller to accept 2nd class officer status. Lightoller was known to be the most heroic onboard the Titanic, of which he survived.

Molly Brown Quarters, or best known as the unsinkable Molly Brown, without doubt one of the largest characters on the Titanic, James Cameron used her character in His Titanic film quite extensively, helping many people, during the sinking of the Titanic, even though she was a very wealthy first class passenger.There have been many films and plays written to celebrate her life

William Hartley Quarters, William Hartley was the bandmaster on the Titanic, he ensured that the band played on as the Titanic started to capsize, their only thought was not for their own safety, but was to re instate calm as all around clambered to get on a lifeboat.

Guggenheim Quarters, One of the most affluent that sailed upon the Titanic, sadly he lost his life, when he realised that there were not enough lifeboats he returned to his quarters, he was heard to remark, “We’ve dressed up in our best and are prepared to go down like gentlemen.”

Heart of the Ocean, this necklace was part of a fictional storyline in James Cameron’s Titanic Film. We have featured this room as the Heart of the Ocean as it may be fictional but the film is very much part of the Titanic’s history.

J Dawsons Suite, J Dawson was also a fictional character in James Cameron’s Titanic film, or was he, there is actual evidence that there was a J Dawson on board the Titanic sadly he met the same end as the fictional character

Rose’e Suite, a fictional character in the James Cameron’s Film

Charles Joughin Suite, One of my favorite stories appertaining to the Titanic disaster, Joaghin’s story is one of sheer luck or was it. Knew the ship was about to go down, so he drank a bottle of spirits, before getting hold of the safety rail so that he was on the outside of the ship as it went down by the head. As the ship finally sank, Joughin rode it down as if it were an elevator, not getting his head under the water (in his words, his head “may have been wetted, but no more”). He was, thus, the last survivor to leave the RMS Titanic.

Titan Suite, The Titan was a book written 10 years before the Titanic disaster with amazing facts that came true on the night of April 15th 1912

Smith’s Quarters, Captain Smith was not only the highest ranking captain with the White Star Line Company, he was also a very close friend to the Ismay family, some say that the Titanic disaster was due to Captain

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