269.1 – the length of the Titanic in metres (882 feet 9 inches).
825 – the amount of coal used per day, in tonnes.
10,000 – the approximate number of lamp bulbs used on the ship.
$7,500,000 – the cost of building the RMS Titanic.
2 – the number of workers killed during the build.
20 – horses needed to transport the main anchor.
3,547 – the maximum number of people the Titanic could carry.
2,223 – the number of people aboard (passengers and crew).
13 – the number of honeymooning couples on the voyage.
14,000 – the gallons of drinking water used every 24 hours.
40,000 – the number of fresh eggs in the ship’s provisions.
1,000 – the number of bottles of wine taken aboard.
64 – the number of lifeboats the Titanic was equipped to carry.
20 – the number of lifeboats she actually carried.
28 – the number of people on board the first lifeboat out of a capacity of 65 people.
6 – the number of warnings of icebergs the Titanic received before the collision.
160 – the minutes it took the Titanic to sink after hitting the iceberg (2 hours and 40 minutes).
-2 Celsius – the temperature of the sea water.
31.6 – the total percentage of passengers and crew who survived.
53.4 – the percentage who could have survived, given the number of spaces available on the Titanic lifeboats.
2 – the number of dogs who survived (lapdogs taken aboard lifeboats by their owners).
12,600 – the depth at which the wreck of the Titanic lays, in feet.
18 – the distance that the bow penetrated into the sea bed, in metres.
74 – the number of years it took to find the wreck of the Titanic.