"Olympic Class" liners

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Constructed by the White Star Line between 1909 and 1913, these three ships were the largest ever built in their time.

  • 1
    Which of the following ships inspired the creation of the "Olympic Class" liners and was the largest ship in the world in 1907?
  • 2
    What shipping line owned the ship from question #1?
  • 3
    Who was invited over for dinner one evening in 1907 to discuss plans future shipping developments?

  • 4
    Where was the person(s) from #3 invited?
  • 5
    Who was the man who owned the Harland and Wolff shipyard?
  • 6
    Lord Pirrie, J. Bruce Ismay, and J.P. Morgan formed a trust corporation called the _____.

  • 7
    Which ship was constructed as "HULL 400"?
  • 8
    What was RMS Britannic's original name supposed to be?
  • 9
    How many 30 foot standard lifeboats did RMS Titanic have?
  • 10
    What was RMS Titanic's approximate gross tonnage?

  • 11
    Which of the following was not one of the changes that was made to Titanic after the maiden voyage of her sister ship Olympic?
  • 12
    Which of the following is TRUE about the "Olympic Class" liner's fourth funnel?
  • 13
    How many watertight compartments did RMS Britannic have?
  • 14
    Which of the following of Titanic's Officers SURVIVED the sinking?
  • 15
    Which of Titanic's lifeboats was the most crowded?
  • 16
    Titanic split in half when her stern was approximately __ degrees out of the water.

  • 17
    How did weak passengers board the SS Carpathia from Titanic's lifeboats?
  • 18
    Which of the following cemeteries are Titanic victims not buried?
  • 19
    What was RMS Olympic nicknamed?
  • 20
    On 21 November 1916, HMHS Britannic sank with a loss of how many lives?

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