How Many People Could the Titanic Hold?


The Titanic had the capacity to hold 3,547 passengers and crew, fully loaded. It recorded the highest capacity during that time. It’s length was 268 meters, gross tonnage was 46,328, net tonnage was 24,900, beam was 92.5 feet, height was 60.5 feet waterline to boat deck and depth was 59.5 feet.
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