Titanic Movie crash scene

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  1. Just curious though. They had lookouts that should have been scanning especially because there were heavy warnings how did they not see them until too late?

  2. They were just in the process of changing the commands. As some have mentioned it was due to different steering setups this was explained in a book regarding the Titanic and the command was given the wheel was put over to the wrong direction it may have saved the Titanic but put it down to the helmsman of old school

  3. A lot of people are commenting about the port turn when the order was hard to starboard. This is because traditionally the orders to the helmsman were given in reference to a tiller. This was changed later in the mid 20th century.

  4. the mate on watch said “hard to starboard”, the numb nuts on the wheel went hard to port. don’t blame anyone else but that guy. Probably from Kingspoint.

  5. Because back then the steering was on a tiller system.if you want to go starboard you push the tiller to port..

  6. Well in those days, portside was called larboard so maybe the man at the wheel thought the order was larboard instead of starboard even the old film of titanic the same thing happened

  7. A frontal crash might have saved it. Crashing on the side caused the flood of lots of spaces, the bow sinking and breaking in two…

  8. On the bright side, when it was found on the bottom, the swimming pool was still full after all those years !

  9. Probabaly, the seaman on the wheel does’nt know were Starboard Side was, and officers should check through indicator as well, what happened it wasn’t an incident but Negligence, if they went on Starboard, they were sure Eliminate what had Happened: Most accidents if you can call it this way because most of them don’t know How to react when happenes, Seafares on board vessels, should know everthing from A to Z. Remember whatever happes you are there on your own,

  10. If they would have tried a hard stop/head on hit, they may have not sank…. but designed plumbing was what doomed the boat


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