Did each class eat their meals at the same time? I'm interested specifically in 3rd class. I know the meal times for 1st class, but can't find anything on 3rd class and so I wasn't sure if the times were for all classes or just 1st. Any insight is appreciated!
I remember reading on here that allocated seating was provided for first class passengers in the saloon - requests could be made by passengers to the purser for preferences/changes to this and passengers tended to be placed in terms of common interest and nationality, etc.
But, if some...
In 2000, I had the privilege of visiting the Titanic Exhibition in Toronto. There I saw an exhibit compirising two plexiglass "towers" in which were plates from one of the Titanix's dining rooms. One plate was in pristine condition. The other was buckled and corroded. The difference between the...
I know that the ship's officers had their own mess as it were, but were they expected to eat in the first class dining saloon if they weren't on duty at the bridge? Did they act as hosts?
I'm trying to figure out whether Jack Thayer attended the Wideners' dinner party with his parents on the night of the 14th. I know that the Carters' children were considered too young to attend, and probably had dinner in their stateroom that night. But it is conceivable that at 17, Jack might...
I hope you are having a nice night. Well I am starting this thread because I was wondering something.
Imagine This: You are a passenger on the Titanic and you wake up in the middle of the night. Your stomach is empty so u look for a snack. Where to look!
I was wondering if...
I wonder what was the usual First Class breakfast and lunch compose of ? Was there buffets like in nowadays luxurious hotels (the ones I've been to anyways) ? Did the band played music for those occasions ?
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A few weeks back I was having a bit of a discussion in another thread with Inger about the Australian Titanic exhibition that was touring in 97/98. I remember seeing one case where there were quite a few "Gold & Cobalt Blue Dinner Plates" on display. Unfortunately Inger was...