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How Deep Did The Titanic Sink?

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The answer is 12500 feet thats about 2 1/2 miles
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About 2/12 miles down , approx 12,500 ft
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Anonymous answered
2.5 miles
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Shezan Shaikh answered
The RMS Titanic sank at least around 2,000 feet which is about 600 meters in to the depths of the ocean. The boat gently slowed down as it was sinking under water and landed with a relatively dull thud at the bed of the ocean. The Titanic was already broken in to two pieces when it landed at the bed of the ocean. The part that sank went down in a vertical position.

The RMS Titanic hit a huge iceberg around 11.40 PM on the 14th of April in the year 1912. The ship sank on the 15th of April in the year 1912 at around 2.20 Am. The ship wreck of the Titanic was discovered by Robert Ballard in the year 1985. Titanic made its maiden voyage on the 10th of April in the year 1912, the ship was said to be unsinkable and however it met its fate on the 14th of April.
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What are you guys, total dumb?  500 feet?  The friggin' smoke stacks were taller than that.  So, if it only sank 500 feet, then you would see them poking out of the water.  It was more like 12,500 feet.
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Stacie Leigh answered
It was actually 150ft!!!! Nob heads!!! Research it
thanked the writer.
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It was never 150ft. I think you need to research it, have a look on this page and you will see its over 12,500ft!

There is no need to swear on here either..

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