Titanic VS Modern Cruise Ships

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  • Published on Dec 1, 2019
  • The Titanic's only voyage ended in tragedy on April fifteenth, 1912. At the time of the disaster, it was the largest and most advanced ship ever constructed. Designed to carry more than 2,400 passengers and almost 900 crewmembers, the Titanic had certainly earned its name.
    But with over a century of advancement, how are today’s cruise ships different from those of Titanic’s day? Sure, we all know they’re now required to carry more lifeboats, but that isn’t exactly what makes them the life of the party.
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    TIMESTAMPS:
    A ship that stole the Titanic's crown 1:14
    The largest cruise ship in 2019 1:56
    What's the difference between ocean liners... 2:29
    ... and cruise liners? 4:17
    How was the Titanic built? 5:58
    And how are built modern ships? 7:27
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    SUMMARY:
    - The Titanic stretched 882 ft from bow to stern and had a beam, or width, of 92 ft. The ship’s nine decks rose to an impressive 175 ft.
    - The SS Imperator would steal its crown a year later when it undertook his maiden voyage in 1913.
    - As of 2019, the largest cruise ship in the world is the Symphony of the Seas, which is operated by Royal Caribbean.
    - 1184 ft across and 215 ft wide, her eighteen decks are double the Titanic’s height and provide spacious accommodations for well over five thousand passengers.
    - Think of it as the difference between a city bus and a tour bus. You board a cruise ship to have fun and an ocean liner when you need to get somewhere.
    - First-class passengers would enjoy a saltwater pool, spa, gymnasium, and multiple restaurants decorated in the styles of French cafés and swanky New York hotels.
    - Second-class rooms were smaller and not as glamorous, but luxuriously furnished.
    - Third Class, also known as steerage, wasn't quite so luxurious, although the accommodations were still nicer than on many ships of the same era.
    - Modern cruise ships don’t really have classes in the way as the Titanic or even modern airlines.
    - Even the least expensive room on a cruise ship is still going to be about the level of a modest hotel room.
    - In addition to TVs and in-room slides, there are many other amenities found on modern cruise ships that wouldn’t have been available in the early twentieth century.
    - Shipbuilding had to come a long way before these immense mobile vacation spots became a reality.
    - The Titanic was constructed in Belfast harbor on a special slipway built specifically to accommodate its unprecedented bulk.
    - The hull of the Titanic was made up of thousands of these overlapping plates with the lower hull consisting of two layers.
    - Titanic's primary safety feature was the sixteen watertight compartments making up the lower decks.
    - Ships of today are still made from steel, but advancements in smelting and metallurgy have resulted in hulls stronger and less brittle than were possible a hundred years ago.
    - Speaking of the engines, modern cruise ships run primarily on either diesel, natural gas, or some combination of the two.
    - The most unusual aspect of modern cruise construction is that they're not built hull to funnel as a single construction.
    - The largest cruise ships and oil tankers are assembled in just six locations worldwide, the most prolific being the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea.
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  • BRIGHT SIDE
    BRIGHT SIDE  8 days ago +93

    Guys, what do you think is the safest mode of travel?

    • 7rays
      7rays 17 minutes ago

      Being fired from a circus cannon

    • Yixing Qian
      Yixing Qian 13 hours ago

      walc

    • DrDiddy 25
      DrDiddy 25 Day ago

      @H. Louise no, you break your legs then it's not safe. The best way is undead minions

    • H. Louise
      H. Louise Day ago

      Legs.

    • DrDiddy 25
      DrDiddy 25 Day ago

      Undead army carrying you

  • Ziggy Stardust
    Ziggy Stardust 3 hours ago

    One significant error in this is its description of the fuel source for modern cruise ships. I think the producers were confused by the term, "gas turbine." This does not mean that the ship runs on natural gas - it means that the engine is a turbine that uses a gas (air) as its working fluid. A steam turbine uses steam (obviously) as its working fluid, but that steam is heated by coal or oil, and we don't call it a "coal turbine" or "oil turbine." Most marine gas turbines use oil (LNG carriers can usually use their cargo as fuel in a pinch). The challenge is to get them to use lower grades of oil than what their cousins, jet engines, use (marine fuels are generally higher density distillations, possibly with more sulfur, than jet fuel).

  • AngelDRose
    AngelDRose 3 hours ago

    In 45 days I’ll be going on my 9th cruise.

  • Rhodes Opalinsky
    Rhodes Opalinsky 3 hours ago

    Tókstu eftir því að ef þú skrifar ummæli á öðru tungumáli færðu meira gaman af fólki sem talar ekki það tungumál?

  • Adis Babaca
    Adis Babaca 4 hours ago

    3:06

  • Khatnaa G
    Khatnaa G 4 hours ago

    how i make like a this video? can you tell me app’s name? thank you

  • Darth Nexus
    Darth Nexus 8 hours ago

    Actually 269m

  • Khalil Musaid
    Khalil Musaid 9 hours ago +1

    Im going on the Symphony of the seas for my birthday February if not scraped

  • Khalil Musaid
    Khalil Musaid 9 hours ago +1

    I've been in freedom and harmony of the seas or sea's

  • Adil Umer
    Adil Umer 13 hours ago

    Z

  • Katheryn
    Katheryn 15 hours ago

    They should've named it Apartment of the Seas

  • Hjkme ailesi
    Hjkme ailesi 16 hours ago +1

    Olumlu bak ın ingilizceside varmış türk olanlar like atsın

  • Arjun Roy
    Arjun Roy 20 hours ago

    I prefer travelling by ship than plane actually, I mean travelling by ship with your friends and family will be a lot different experience to have believe me, even tho it'll take hours or even days to arrive.

  • ell's TikTok Channel
    ell's TikTok Channel 21 hour ago

    I am on a sipe

  • Dane Murray
    Dane Murray 23 hours ago

    Should have mentioned the change on propulsion methods as well, the steam power in the titanic drive the prop propellers. The Diesel engines on the symphony of the seas are electric power plants that run massive electric “asipod” engines that can turn in any direction and the ship can sail in any direction backwards/forwards/side to side.

  • WOLF THA MAN
    WOLF THA MAN Day ago

    Stop with the jokes it’s corny af
    🌽 >bright side

  • Maria Duarte
    Maria Duarte Day ago

    SS Imperator look's like RMS Queen Mary.

  • Prince dareal
    Prince dareal Day ago

    This channel really open your eyes to the world. 😂😂

  • Andreas Ehret
    Andreas Ehret Day ago

    Cudos, nicely done! May I ask how long it took you to produce this video and which software you were using?

  • Edimar Mejia
    Edimar Mejia Day ago

    How do you know that????????????????????:D

  • random observer
    random observer Day ago

    Worth noting that ocean liners were designed to be as luxurious as possible for the top class of customers while focusing on getting people to their actual destination, at high speed, across the Atlantic or to India or Australia, or other routes. The ship was a means more than a destination. The recreational facilities were a support system, not the point. Cruise ships are a destination with ports of call tacked on. I AM curious what a transatlantic crossing on one feels like- a century of technology should still count for something. But consider that QE2 and QM2 still looked pretty different in their hull and superstructure design from most of the big cruisers. That's not an accident and the distinction between liner and cruise ship is not academic.

  • muhammed shanid
    muhammed shanid Day ago +1

    Actually titanic had only 3 furnaces 1 is for beauty 🙂😜

  • goforthefloor
    goforthefloor Day ago

    Good art director, mediocre animator?

  • Sheila Dickey
    Sheila Dickey Day ago

    You forgot about nuclear power

  • Voltage Gaming
    Voltage Gaming Day ago

    I was on symphony

  • Kacper Playz
    Kacper Playz Day ago

    Trash

  • Spicem0n
    Spicem0n Day ago

    the editing in this vid is insane

  • Lozibiza resident

    Titanic wasn't a cruise ship!

  • kevin crisan
    kevin crisan Day ago

    Titanic was sinked at 14-15 april 1912

  • Hayden Smith
    Hayden Smith Day ago

    Bruh these animations gave me vertigo

  • Wayward Son
    Wayward Son Day ago

    Titanic was an ocean liner, not a cruise ship.

  • Benny the King
    Benny the King Day ago

    How many times did he say ship
    👇🏻

  • Dennis S
    Dennis S Day ago

    One thing the Titanic has over today’s ships is it staid upright until the end, modern ships rollover

  • DODGER
    DODGER Day ago

    2840: ships floating around in space being new planet’s

  • Belfast Bus fan
    Belfast Bus fan Day ago

    Well the imperator had its title taken as biggest by HMHS Britannic the titanics sister

  • Pamela Husky
    Pamela Husky Day ago

    6:54 Got to love how the hole where the ice berg hit suddenly moves higher and above the water where it can't cause the ship to sink.

  • FLIX RIX
    FLIX RIX Day ago +1

    Royal Caribbean:
    Oasis of the seas



    Cunard: titanic ship of dreams

    I wish cunard did that :/

  • amythealien
    amythealien 2 days ago

    I went on the Enchantment of the Seas this summer and it was amazing, we pulled up next to the Symphony of the Seas and it was so huge

  • Xperim
    Xperim 2 days ago +13

    The official story is a conspiracy theory. The Titanic was actually sunk by a jew named Iceberg.

    • Alias
      Alias Day ago

      just a coincidence though

  • 1 Million Subs With A Few Videos Challenge

    In 100 years the cruise ships won't travel thru water , the ships will be so large, you will be able to walk across the ship to another country.

  • bLu
    bLu 2 days ago

    Lol soooooooo many bad joke's

  • Raquel Bilbao
    Raquel Bilbao 2 days ago

    so the titanic caused pollution because of the steam engines

  • Dan
    Dan 2 days ago

    I'd rather take a space shuttle to mars than one of these water coffins.

  • kyle mansell
    kyle mansell 2 days ago

    Been of symphony of the seas. Amazing ship

  • nrken1
    nrken1 2 days ago

    No mention of the trouble the Cruise Ships have in strong winds. They have trouble holding course, due to their height

  • Rosalie McCarthy
    Rosalie McCarthy 2 days ago

    yes if your paying

  • SabreGoof23
    SabreGoof23 2 days ago

    I'm going on a cruise next Saturday!!!!!!

  • cru stevens
    cru stevens 2 days ago

    882ft is 268metres, not 250

  • Seán Walker
    Seán Walker 2 days ago

    You displayed Titanic as having steam from all four funnels, the forth was cosmetic only.

  • Saurabh Sood
    Saurabh Sood 2 days ago

    I love ships.
    I built 3 of them and I sailed on many of them.
    I command ships: primarily oil tanker and chemical tanker

  • Thomas Ewing
    Thomas Ewing 2 days ago

    Are these giant cruise ships able to serve long-distance passenger travel, or isn't this cost-effective? Nice program: I knew modern ships were larger than the great Titanic, but I never knew the full scale--wow!

    • Reece Saliba
      Reece Saliba Day ago

      Most of the large ships avoid trans ocean and other large voyages, the reason being is that supplies become an issue, along with more danger from weather and sea state, plus more people visit the Mediterranean or carribean than crossing the Atlantic or pacific.

  • 띰띠만띤구
    띰띠만띤구 2 days ago

    크으... 국뽕에 취한다

  • Pretty Good
    Pretty Good 2 days ago

    Ones a luxurious and sleekly designed ocean liner, the biggest and most impressive of its days, and the others are oversized blocks of metal.

  • Aneil Prince
    Aneil Prince 2 days ago

    Who has been on symphany

  • Multifandom_ and I hate being one

    briGhT sIdE:
    *eIgHtteEn hUnDrEd dOlLarS*
    Me: T^T

  • Ya boy TS OMG studios
    Ya boy TS OMG studios 2 days ago +1

    Titanic in 2019
    Guy:I need to get on a life boat!
    Steward:Sorry sir women and children first
    Guy:Are you assuming my gender!?
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  • Amirknight 3000
    Amirknight 3000 2 days ago

    1995million yeres ago I don't have charge

  • Mariola Rozybowska
    Mariola Rozybowska 2 days ago

    Titanic vs poseidon

  • Azen Imsong
    Azen Imsong 2 days ago

    Hey can you make a video on how to read ki

  • Philip Hardy
    Philip Hardy 2 days ago

    2519: ships carry whole planets (i mean space ships(knowing how fast tecknology is growing it probably will be sooner))