The GRT or gross register tonnes of the Titanic was 46,328. The displacement was 52,310 tonnes. The length of the Titanic was 269.1 m or 882 ft and nine inches. The beam measured 28 m or 92 ft. Her height from her keel to the top of her funnels stood at 53.3 m or 175 ft. The draught was 10.5 m or 34 ft and seven inches. The depth was 19.7 m or 64 ft and six inches. There were nine decks that were lettered from A through to G.

The installed power of the Titanic consisted of:

- Scotch boilers: 24 double ended (six furnace) plus five single ended (three furnace)

- Two four cylinder reciprocating triple expansion steam engines that each produced 15000 horse power for the ship's two wing propellers on the outboard at 75 rpm (revolution per minute)

- A low-pressure turbine that produced 16,000 horse power

- A sum of 46,000 horse power (design) to 59,000 horse power (maximum)

The propulsion consisted of:

- Two triple-bladed wing propellers (bronze)

- One quadruple-bladed centre propeller (bronze)

The speed of the Titanic was:

- 21 knots (24 mph or 39 km/h)

- 23 knots (26 mph or 43 km/h) maximum

The capacity of the Titanic when fully loaded with crew and passengers was 3547. There were 885 crew members. For all these people, there were a mere 20 lifeboats. It was presumed they would not be needed, because this ship was 'unsinkable'.

There were a total of 840 staterooms.

- 416 in First Class

- 162 in Second Class

- 262 in Third Class

- 40 open berth areas

The ship was named the RMS Titanic in Liverpool, England and was launched on May 31st 1911. She was never christened. She was completed on March 31st 1912. On April 10th 1912 she set sail from Southampton in England on her maiden voyage to New York. On April 14th, just before midnight, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank the next morning. There were 1517 deaths.

The installed power of the Titanic consisted of:

- Scotch boilers: 24 double ended (six furnace) plus five single ended (three furnace)

- Two four cylinder reciprocating triple expansion steam engines that each produced 15000 horse power for the ship's two wing propellers on the outboard at 75 rpm (revolution per minute)

- A low-pressure turbine that produced 16,000 horse power

- A sum of 46,000 horse power (design) to 59,000 horse power (maximum)

The propulsion consisted of:

- Two triple-bladed wing propellers (bronze)

- One quadruple-bladed centre propeller (bronze)

The speed of the Titanic was:

- 21 knots (24 mph or 39 km/h)

- 23 knots (26 mph or 43 km/h) maximum

The capacity of the Titanic when fully loaded with crew and passengers was 3547. There were 885 crew members. For all these people, there were a mere 20 lifeboats. It was presumed they would not be needed, because this ship was 'unsinkable'.

There were a total of 840 staterooms.

- 416 in First Class

- 162 in Second Class

- 262 in Third Class

- 40 open berth areas

The ship was named the RMS Titanic in Liverpool, England and was launched on May 31st 1911. She was never christened. She was completed on March 31st 1912. On April 10th 1912 she set sail from Southampton in England on her maiden voyage to New York. On April 14th, just before midnight, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank the next morning. There were 1517 deaths.