Rescuing Titanic: A true story of quiet bravery in the North Atlantic (Hidden Histories)
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The British Board of Trade's inquiry into the disaster was headed by Lord Mersey, and took place between 2 May and 3 July. Being run by the Board of Trade, who had previously approved the ship, it was seen by some [ like whom?] as having little interest in its own or White Star's conduct being found negligent. 
Author Guy Bass introduces SCRAP, about one robot who tried to protect the humans on his planet against an army of robots. Now the humans need his... Morelle, Rebecca (21 August 2019). "Titanic sub dive reveals parts are being lost to sea". BBC News. Archived from the original on 6 January 2021 . Retrieved 21 August 2019. Felkins, Katherine; Leighly, HP; Jankovic, A (1998), "The Royal Mail Ship Titanic: Did a Metallurgical Failure Cause a Night to Remember?", JOM, 50 (1): 12–18, Bibcode: 1998JOM....50a..12F, doi: 10.1007/s11837-998-0062-7, S2CID 109593098, archived from the original on 30 June 2018 , retrieved 10 January 2015Is this the last chance to see the Titanic?". BBC News. 2 October 2018. Archived from the original on 6 January 2021 . Retrieved 9 January 2020. Butler, Daniel Allen (2002) . Unsinkable: the full story of the RMS Titanic. USA: Da Capo Press. ISBN 978-0-306-81110-4.
After the Troubles and Good Friday Agreement, the number of overseas tourists visiting Northern Ireland increased.  It was subsequently identified in the Northern Ireland Tourism Board's Strategic Framework for Action 2004–2007 that the significance of and interest in Titanic globally (partly due to the 1997 film Titanic) was not being fully exploited as a tourist attraction.  Thus, Titanic Belfast was spearheaded, along with some smaller projects, such as a Titanic memorial. 
Measurement of lifeboats: 1–2: 25'2" long by 7'2" wide by 3'2" deep; 326.6 cubic feet (9.25m 3); 3–16: 30' long by 9'1" wide by 4' deep; 655.2 cubic feet (18.55m 3) and A–D: 27'5" long by 8' wide by 3' deep; 376.6 cubic feet (10.66m 3) a strategic framework for action 2004–2007" (PDF). nitb. Northern Ireland Tourist Board. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 January 2018 . Retrieved 3 February 2018.
He expressed deep disappointment about the decision before the voyage but was presumably greatly relieved afterwards.  They will have to get a cable down, and then it will be a race to get it belted on,” said Parry. “They will probably have to wrap it around the Titan as they have nothing to bolt it on to.”In Full: NI's top tourist attractions for 2016". News Letter. 25 May 2017. Archived from the original on 26 January 2018 . Retrieved 3 February 2018. Retrieval and burial of the dead Markers of Titanic victims, Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia Titanic propulsion was supplied by three main engines—two reciprocating four- cylinder, triple-expansion steam engines and one centrally placed low-pressure Parsons turbine—each driving a propeller. The two reciprocating engines had a combined output of 30,000 horsepower (22,000 kW). The output of the steam turbine was 16,000 horsepower (12,000kW).  The White Star Line had used the same combination of engines on an earlier liner, Laurentic, where it had been a great success.  It provided a good combination of performance and speed; reciprocating engines by themselves were not powerful enough to propel an Olympic-class liner at the desired speeds, while turbines were sufficiently powerful but caused uncomfortable vibrations, a problem that affected the all-turbine Cunard liners Lusitania and Mauretania.  By combining reciprocating engines with a turbine, fuel usage could be reduced and motive power increased, while using the same amount of steam.