1. B-rad

    Titanic’s Evasive Maneuvers

    I couldn't find a thread that encompasses the overall Evasive Maneuvers taken the night of April 14, 1912, at 11:40pm, so I created one. If there already is one I apologize. I thought I would share a paper that I've been working on for a long, long time, just never figured how I'd present it...
  2. P

    Answered How agile was the titanic?

    Say it was going at 24 knots. How quickly was it able to turn a full 180 degrees hard over?
  3. Christophe Puttemans

    Hard a starboard by Jim Currie

    It's now been over 15 years since "The Last Log of the Titanic" by David G. Brown was published and a few weeks ago, I first read the newer article "Hard-a-starboard". Then, while watching the documentary "Titanic conspiracy: The Ship that Never Sank?" I developed a new theory about how the...
  4. D


    All other titanic experts... As you all know, Murdoch ordered HARD-A-PORT right after the initial collision...we all know that if the center screw(propellor) was turning at a small speed not even excessing 20-35 revolutions that the turning of the ship would have been greatly affected..But...