1 The Titanic 2 Costs To build the Titanic it cost approximately 7 500 000 Today if you were going to build a ship this size it would cost approximately 400 000 000 3 If you were to buy a ticket on the titanic today this is what it would cost. 4 The Titanic split into two pieces This is the Titanic splitting 5 It took two and a half years to build the Titanic and 7 500 000 dollars later the Titanic was born! The Titanic was 885 feet long Moreover she was designed to be a marvel of modern safety technology. She had a double-hull of 1-inch thick steel plates and a (heavily publicized) system of 16 water-tight compartments sealed by massive doors which could be instantly triggered by a single electric switch on the bridge or even automatically by electric water-sensors. The press began to call her unsinkable. 6 First Class Menu First Course --- Hors DOeuvre Oeufs de caille en aspic et caviar Second Course --- Poisson Potage Saint-Germain Third Course --- Entrée Tournedos aux morilles Fifth Course --- Punch or Sorbet Punch Rosé Sixth Course --- Rôti Cailles aux cerises Seventh Course --- Légume Asperges printanieres sauce hollandaise Eigth Course --- Entremets Macédoine de fruitsOranges en surprise ) Ninth Course --- Les Desserts Assorted fresh fruits and cheeses After Dinner Coffee cigars 7 Second Class Pea Soup Spaghetti au Gratin Corned Beef Vegetable Dumplings Roast Mutton Baked Jacket Potatoes COLD Roast Mutton Roast Beef Sausage Ox Tongue Pickles Salad Tapioca Pudding Apple Tart Fresh Fruit Cheese Biscuits Coffee 8 Third Class Menus Breakfast Quaker Oats and Milk Smoked Herrings and Jacked Potatoes Boiled Eggs Fresh Bread and Butter Marmalade Swedish Bread Tea and Coffee Dinner Vegetable Soup Roast Pork Sage and Onions Green Peas Boiled Potatoes Cabin Biscuits Fresh Bread Plum Pudding Sweet Sauce Oranges 9 These are the Floor Plans for the Titanic 10 (No Transcript) 11 This is the Titanics hull 12 This is the chandelier from the Titanic 13 This is the Titanic being built 14 This is the Titanic hitting the iceberg 15 This is the Titanic sinking 16 Bibliography www.google.com www.yahoo.com www.hotbot.com how much did it cost to build the Titanic 17 By Rhiley Alyssa Kara
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