After almost a century when the grand ship named “Titanic” sank there are still speculations going around as what really caused the so-called unsinkable ship to sink after colliding with the iceberg in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Nearly a century ago on April 10, 1912, the Titanic set out to sea for its maiden voyage (Helium). Unfortunately, the ship never made it across the Atlantic Ocean as it collided with an iceberg on April 14 that caused it to sink. The collision was so massive that the Titanic could not survive the damage it caused and sunk in nearly less than three hours (Helium).

To this date from the time the majestic ship sank there have been numerous speculations as to what really caused the ship to sink. According to Montreal Gazette Officer Murdoch had seen the huge iceberg two miles ahead but failed to steer the ship in the right direction which caused the ship to collide. When the ship was nearing the iceberg it was realized that the ship was headed towards the wrong direction but it was already too late to save it from the massive collision (Helium). Moreover, some sources claim that the chairman of the White Star Line, Bruce Ismay, believed that the ship was still unsinkable even after suffering from injuries after the collision and encouraged the captain of the ship to move on with the journey rather than do something to wait for the rescue.

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