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BATTLE of the BOATS!
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NOAH'S ARK
R.M.S. TITANIC
 
Boat Builders:
 
Noah
Harland and Wolff
 
Boat Designed By:
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GOD
Alexander Carlisle
 
Where Built:
 
Shuruppak (S. Iraq)
Belfast, N. Ireland
 
Year Construction Started:
 
2465 BC (est.)
1909
 
Original Cost to Build:
 
unknown - possibly free
$7,500,000 US
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Cost to Build in Todays Dollars:
 
unknown
$400,000,000 US
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Number of People Required to Build:

4
15,000
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Approximate Man-hours to Build:

1,497,600 (est.)
106,143,750 (est.)
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Months to Build:

1440
37
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Boat Built of:
 
Wood
Metal
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Length:
 
450 feet
883 feet
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Width:
 
75 feet
92 feet
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Height:
 
45 feet
175 feet
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Ship's Weight (LWT):
 
4,100 tons (est.)
21,831 tons
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Ship's Displacement (D't):
 
24,300 tons (est.)
66,000 tons
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# of Decks:
 
3
9
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# of Propellers:
 
0
3
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# of Furnaces:
 
0
159
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# of Lifeboats:
 
0
20
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# of Elevators:
 
0
4
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# of Anchors:
 
0
3
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# of Sister Ships:
 
0
2
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# of Cats on Board:
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2
1

# of Swimming Pools:
 
0
1
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Top Speed:
 
0 knots
24 knots
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# of Compasses:
 
0
18
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Captain's Name:
 
Noah
Edward J. Smith
 
Age of Captain:
 
600 years old
59 years old
 
Years of Prior Naval Experience:
 
0 years
43 years
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Length of Ship's Maiden Voyage in Days:
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370 days
4.5 days
 
# of Passengers on Maiden Voyage:
 
8 people + 2 of each animal
2228
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# of Survivors:
 
8 people + 2 of each animal
705
 
% of Passengers Saved:
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32%
 
# of Survivors Rescued from out of the Water:
 
NONE - Entire Worldwide Population Destroyed...
none
 
Final Resting Place:
 
Mt. Ararat/Turkey
North Atlantic Ocean
 
Altitude/(Depth):
 
+17,000 feet
(-12,460 feet)
 
Year Rediscovered:
 
1853
1985
 

WHAT LESSONS WERE LEARNED FROM THE
DESTINY OF EACH OF THESE VESSELS?


Let's first take a look at what was learned from the R.M.S. Titanic.

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