3D Puzzles CF4011H Titanic 3D Puzzle - 113 Pieces
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|Other Information: ||CF4011H|
|Release Date: ||01 May 2012|
The most beautiful and famous landmarks in the world are now yours to have in your home. Incredibly detailed, fun to assemble and beautiful to display, 3-D puzzle provides tonnes of enjoyment. 80cm L X 11cm D X 20cm H. Collect them all!
The RMS Titanic was a passengar liner that struck an iceberg on her maiden voyage from Southhampton, England, to New York City, and sank on April 15, 1912. On the night of April 14, 1912, the ship made its fatal collision at an estimated 37 seconds after the Fleet sighted the iceberg. The iceberg scraped the ship's starboard (right) side, buckling the hull in several places and popping out rivets below the waterline over a length of 299 feet (90m). This opened the first six compartments to the sea; the ship was only designed to remain afloat with just the first four compartments flooded. The entire impact lasted approximately 10 seconds. Additionally, about 130 minutes after the collision, water started pouring from the sixth into the seventh compartment over the top of the bulkhead seperating them. Following an inspection by the senior officers, the Titanic's shipbuilder Thomas Andrews concluded that the Titanic would sink. The lifeboats were ordered to be readied and a distress call was sent out. As there are not enough life boats for all passengers, of a total of 2,224 people aboard the Titanic only 710, less that a third, survived and 1,514 perished.
Construction of the RMS Titanic, funded by the American J.P. Morgan and his International Mercantile Marine Co., began on March 31, 1909, at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, UK. Titanic's hull was launched at 12:13 on May 31, 1911, and her outfitting was completed by March 31,1912. The designers were Lord Pirrie, a director of both Harland and Wolff and White Star, naval architect Thomas Andrews, Harland and Wolff's construction manager and head of their design department, and the Right Honourable Alexander Carlisle, the shipyard's chief draug
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.
33.27 x 22.86 x 6.1 centimeters (0.73 kg)|
10-14 years |