102 years ago the titanic sunk into the deep blue sea.
Wouldn’t it be amazing to go back in time and see that large ship.
Well here you are in the edublogs time traveling machine 2000!
Here is what really happened to the titanic.
April 10 1912, titanic was called the ship of dreams.
Cars with heavy suitcases and possibly a safe.
On board the titanic there were three different types of classes.
1st 2nd and 3rd class.
1st was best! It had its own restaurant, grand staircase, Turkish bath, and fancy state rooms.
April 14 1912, titanic steams through the Atlantic Ocean at 21 and a half knots.
They spot an iceberg the crow’s nest calls the bridge and says ” iceberg right ahead! ” at the same time the first officer says ” iceberg right ahead hard a starboard!” The titanic slowly drifts to the left. Crash!!!!
The titanic hit.
The iceberg opened about 5 compartments but 6 flooded and the titanic could only stay at Float with the first 4 compartments.
The titanic slowly sinks bow first. The first life boat has reached the water they push and shove because the rule was only women and children first into the life boats.
April 15 1912 The bow is being pulled under water as they lower more life boats.
The titanic is going down, people know that their are not enough life boats for every one not even half of the people on board.
The first smokestack reaches the water then it cracks and falls into the water hitting other people.
The propellers come out of the water and people jump off the ship.
The titanic reached an angle over 30 degrees.
Suddenly the lights flicker then they go!
People hear cracking noises, then the ship splits into pieces.
It’s extremely dark on the titanic’s final moments.
All of a sudden bow pulls the stern back up and more people fall into the water.
She starts to sink.
Some people are Leaning on the back of the ship.
Now 1 hours and 30 minutes she goes under the water.
The carpathai arrives and saved all the people in the lifeboats.
73 years later a team led by Dr. Robert Ballard discovered the titanic in1985 3,793 meters deep.
The hight of 39 Big Ben towers stacked on top of each other.
Ever since the titanic sank their was a rule for ships.
Every ship must have enough lifeboats for everyone.
And that’s what really happened to the titanic.
Hoped you enjoyed this story.