Almost everyone has heard the tragic story about the “unsinkable” ship which collided with an iceberg. And, a lot of people have also seen the 1997 film by James Cameron which is based on this event.
But, actually, very few people have seen how the real Titanic actually looked like, both after its construction in the early 1900s and after its wreckage was discovered in 1985.
The Royal Mail Ship (RMS) Titanic was officially launched on May 31, 1911, by the White Star Line. Titanic was actually built as a response to the competitors’ ocean liners which were breaking White Star Line’s records for speed and size.