Question: Where is Olympic ship now?

What happened to Titanic’s sister ship?

The Britannic, sister ship to the Titanic, sinks in the Aegean Sea on November 21, 1916, killing 30 people. More than 1,000 others were rescued. In the wake of the Titanic disaster on April 14, 1912, the White Star Line made several modifications in the construction of its already-planned sister ship.

Where was the Olympic when the Titanic sank?

The Olympic, which left New York City in mid-April 1912, was within 500 miles of the Titanic when its officers heard the sinking ship’s distress call. “For 14 hours, the Olympic raced to them to help,” he said, adding the effort was too late to save the ship or its drowning passengers.

Did the Olympic sink a submarine?

SM U-103 was an Imperial Germany Navy Type U 57 U-boat that was rammed and sunk by HMT Olympic during the First World War.

SM U-103.

German Empire
Launched 9 June 1917
Commissioned 15 July 1917
Fate Rammed and sunk 12 May 1918 by HMT Olympic. 9 crewmen killed, 31 survived.

Who owns the Titanic?


United Kingdom
Owner White Star Line
Operator White Star Line
Port of registry Liverpool, UK

What is difference between Olympic and Titanic?

1. On Titanic B deck, the aft end of the deck had plating and windows whereas on Olympic, the aft end of B deck was open to the elements. 2. Titanic forward end C deck had 16 portholes whereas Olympic had 14 portholes.

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