The Titanic Reference Map illustrates the details of the story of the doomed liner right at your fingertips. Unless you are a virtual Titanic encyclopedia, here is a fun and easy way to learn. Where is the ice most dangerous? What is the difference between the Northern and Southern route? Where did the passengers and crew come from? Where are they remembered in memorials and museums? How and when the wreck was found. What has happened since then?
Map Side: The route in 1912; shipping lanes before and after the disaster; the iceberg’s journey, charts and statistics from the official hearings; an inset locating ice and rescue ships; the search process and sites of Titanic-related points of interest.
Ship Side: Color-coded deck plans, cutaway view and escape routes; photos of noted passengers and crew lost and saved; Titanic’s size compared to the world’s largest objects; debate over her future plus movies and music about the ship. This double-sided, full color info-graphic reference map of RMS Titanic is a must teaching tool. Size 39 X 26 inches.