Where Is The Titanic Wreck Location? Facts & Myths

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One of the greatest catastrophes in human history has to be the Titanic which collided with an iceberg during its maiden voyage in 1913. The ship sank deep into the ocean and several attempts to find it’s location was unsuccessful. However, in 1985, the wreck was finally located. Keep reading as I give you more details about the Titanic Wreck Location.

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Where Is The Titanic Wreck Location?

As already revealed earlier, the Titanic sank deep into the ocean after hitting an iceberg in 1912. When that tragic incident happened, several relatives of those onboard the ship tried all they can to get the bodies back to the surface.

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Fortunately, the wreck was discovered on 1 September 1985 at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. It was about 13,000 feet (4,000 metres) underwater. It was also about 740km from Newfoundland, Canada. The exact location of the ship’s bow—which is the largest and most intact portion—is 41°43′57′′ N 49°56′49′′ W.

How Many Died During The Titanic Accident?

Out of the 2,240 people onboard the Titanic, 1500 people were confirmed dead. The rest managed to escape the accident.

Facts About The Titanic 

  • The day of her launch, the Titanic was the largest. It was 269 metres long and 28 metres wide. From keel to bridge she was 32 metres high, 53 metres to the top of the stacks.
  • The Titanic could take 3500 people though 2200 were onboard.
  • The first class of the ship had 4 restaurants.
  • The Titanic Wreck was discovered after 50 years.
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