You said: "A1: The Calculated distance to run from Daunt Rock departure to The Corner is exactly 1673 nautical miles. The distance is made-up of 55 miles from Daunt Rock to 1 mile south of the Fastnet Rock, then 1618 nautical miles on a Great Circle course to The Corner. According to 3rd Officer Pitman, Titanic had covered a total of 1549 miles since FaoP...Full away on Passage...at Daunt. That left 124 miles, not 126 miles left to run at Noon, April 14."Where did I ever suggest such nonsense? I showed that she was set to the southeast.
It would only leave 124 miles if the ship had followed the GC track perfectly, which I take it you agree she did not do. Therefore, the remaining distance to the corner had be more than 124 miles, and that is my point.