The C Deck, also called the Shelter Deck, was the highest deck to run uninterrupted from stem to stern. It included the two well decks. It was the fourth deck, counting from the highest deck, the Boat Deck. The C-deck lays 14 meters above the water line. It started to flood at around 1:25 A.M., which is when the bow of the ship started to go down.

Notable Areas Edit

Cabins and designs Edit

Cabin Occupants Style
C-7 Caroline Bonnell and Mary Natalie Wick
C-22 Hudson Allison and Bess Allison
C-24 Loraine Allison and Sarah Daniels
C-26 Trevor Allison and Alice Cleaver
C-30 Harry Markland Molson
C-32 Ella White and Marie Young
C-51 Archibald Gracie
C-53 Gilbert Tucker
C-54 Margaret HaysOlive Earnshaw and Lily Potter
C-55 Isidor Straus & Ida Straus Regency: mahogany & gilt panels
C-57 Empire: white & gilt - mahogany beds
C-59 Bedroom A: oak panels, French style
C-61 Bedroom A: oak panels, French style
C-62 Louis XVI: oak panels
C-64 Adam: white panels
C-66 Bedroom A: oak panels, French style
C-68 John Thayer and Marian Thayer Bedroom A: oak panels, French style
C-70 Jack Thayer
C-78 The Minahan family: William MinahanLillian Minahan and their daughter Daisy Minahan
C-80 George Widener and Eleanor Widener
C-82 Harry Widener
C-83 Henry Harris and Irene Harris
C-86 Walter Douglas and Mahala Douglas
C-108 John Maguire
C-110 Walter Porter
C-123 Jacques Heath Futrelle
C-126 Elmer Taylor and Juliet Taylor
C-148 Karl Behr
  • Bedroom B: oak dado, white panels - brass beds
  • Georgian: walnut panels
  • Italian Renaissance: satinwood panels

Gallery Edit

Decks of the Titanic
Boat Deck · A Deck · B Deck · C Deck · D Deck · E Deck · F Deck · G Deck · Orlop Deck · Tank Top
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