Titanic Timeline

  • The Building Of The Titanic

    The Building Of The Titanic
    March 31, 1909 - 3,000 men worked on the ship at the Harland & Wolff shipyard where the Titanic was built. The men worked an average of 49 hours per week. The titanic was built in 2 years and 2 months.
  • Starting her voyage

    Starting her voyage
    The Titanic was finally ready for her voyage, and a noon on 10 April 1912 the Titanic set sail from Southampton.
  • The First Ice berg Warning

    The First Ice berg Warning
    9:40 p.m April 14, 1912 The last of several warnings about icebergs is received in the wireless room, and this warning never makes it to the bridge.
  • First Life Boat Drill

    First Life Boat Drill
    10.15am April 14, 1912 Captain Smith is passed the first telegraph warning of icebergs. At 11.00am The scheduled time of the first lifeboat drill was cancelled by Captain Smith for no reason.
  • Ice berg Hit!!!

    Ice berg Hit!!!
    At 11:40 p.m April 14, 1912 The lookouts spot an iceberg headed directly in the path of the Titanic. 37 sec. later the Iceberg hit!
  • The Last Of It.

    The Last Of It.
    April 15, 1912 4:10 a.m. The Carpathia picks up the first of the survivors, which were the ones from the last life boat.
  • Trying To Escape!

    Trying To Escape!
    At 12:05 on April 15, 1912 Captain Smith orders the crew to prepare the lifeboats and get the passengers and crew up on deck. Just 40 mins. later the first lifeboat is lowered into the freezing water.
  • Carpathia To The Reascue

    Carpathia To The Reascue
    The Carpathia, which is racing toward the site, hears the last message issue by titanics radio operators.
  • The Titanic Becomes History

    The Titanic Becomes History
    April 15, 1912 at 2:18 The Titanic snaps in half, for within 2 mins the Titanic sinks.