When Did The Titanic Set Sail?


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Gemma Wyer answered
What day did the Titanic set sail?

The Titanic set sail on Wednesday 10th April, 1912. It was her maiden voyage, and she was the biggest, fastest and most luxurious ship of her time.

It is customary to break a bottle of champagne on the bow of a boat as it is launched - but this traditional bottle-breaking didn't happen when the Titanic first set sail.

The sinking of the Titanic.
Just four days into the Titanic's maiden voyage, she hit an iceberg, which was actually fairly small compared to others.

The iceberg was estimated to be one-hundred feet above the water, and is thought to have extended five-hundred feet below the surface. Icebergs can vary in size from three feet to almost two-hundred and fifty feet.

It took just two-hours and forty minutes for the Titanic to sink.

The sinking of the Titanic is one of the most famous maritime tragedies in history, and the ship's memory has been kept so alive by books, exhibits and movies that she is still the most famous ship in history.
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Anonymous answered
I did a lot of research and found that the Titanic set sail on Wednesday 10th April 1912.
Sheryl Townsend Profile
Sheryl Townsend answered
The Titanic set sail Wed 10th April 1912.
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Anonymous answered
The Titanic set sail on April 10th at 11:40 pm 1912. It went down on the 14th of that month. This was its first and last voyage.

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