The Titanic - Layout of the Ship
The Titanic was the most luxurious liner of the time. The first class staterooms were sumptuously furnished while third class passengers remarked that their cabins were like second class cabins on any other ship. The Titanic was also the first ship to have a swimming pool, Turkish baths and gymnasium.
The diagram above shows a cross-section of Titanic
Click on the cross-section above to open an enlarged view that can be clicked on for detailed information
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Grateful thanks to Mark Nichol http://www.titanic-whitestarships.com/ for permission to use his image on this site.
Pictures of the interior of Titanic courtesy of Kees Van der Ree.
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