Titanic’s proprietors, creators, and manufacturers dedicated a lot of consideration and cost to the manufacturing of the ship.
They had guaranteed that she would be the most secure and most sumptuous liner to ever exist above water. Nobody, at any point, envisioned that an extensive sea liner would endure deadly harm. So was it really the crashing into an iceberg that created this mass-perish? Or, a little recklessness? Could it have been avoided?