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The Titanic had a total of 840 staterooms. There were 416 first class rooms, 162 second class rooms and 262 third class rooms, plus another 40 open berthing areas.

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The RMS Titanic had some of the finest amenities available for its first-class passengers, one of which was a top-of-the-line gymnasium. According to the National Museums Northern Ireland, the first-class exercise room c...

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The maximum number of people that the Titanic could hold was 3,547. The ship was carrying 2,223 people on board when it capsized, resulting in 1,517 deaths. The guest section of the ship was split into first, second and ...

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The maximum number of people that the Titanic could hold was 3,547. The ship was carrying 2,223 people on board when it capsized, resulting in 1,517 deaths. The guest section of the ship was split into first, second and ...

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There were 20 lifeboats on the Titanic, according to "The Titanic for Dummies." Each lifeboat was capable of accommodating 40 to 65 passengers. The available lifeboats were able to hold 1,178 people, about one-third of t...

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The Titanic had 162 second-class rooms, containing 510 berths. These rooms could hold up to 550 passengers, though there were only 277 second-class passengers on the voyage. Of this amount, 118 survived.

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On April 10, 1912, 2,228 people boarded the Titanic. Of those, 1,343 of these people were passengers and 885 people were members of the crew.

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