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The ''Titanic'' had a total of over 350 First Class Staterooms.
 
The ''Titanic'' had a total of over 350 First Class Staterooms.
In James Cameron's 1997 film "Titanic", the Promenade Suite was painstakingly constructed. Based on photos of the RMS "Olympic", B52 was styled in the Empire style. B56 was possibly styled in Old Dutch. B56 was Rose and Cal's Stateroom. If you notice in the videos below, numerous bouqets of flowers can be found in the bedrooms. They were likely delivered to their staterooms on Sailing Day as a congratulations on their recent engagement and Bon Voyage gift. After Wednesday April 10th they are put in silver vases and placed around the rooms. One passenger recalled there was so many flowers on board she said Titanic was "a ship full of flowers". Nothing but the best and freshest for 1st-Class Passengers.
 
   
 
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Tumblr me38l4fk7P1rnh1c7o1 1280.jpg|B-81
 
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[[File:Promenade Suite B-52, B-54 and B-56|thumb|right|335 px|Wednesday April 10th, 1912 12:15pm]]
 
[[File:B-56|thumb|right|335 px|Friday April 12th, 1912 about 8pm]]
 
[[File:B-56-0|thumb|right|335 px|Friday April 12th, 1912 about 9pm, "Marguerite Waltz from Charles Gounod's Faust" plays in the background]]
 
[[File:Private Promenade and B-56|thumb|right|335 px|Sunday April 14th, 1912 8:30am-9:30am]]
 
 
On [[B Deck]] there were 102 Staterooms all styled in different periods.
 
On [[B Deck]] there were 102 Staterooms all styled in different periods.
   
The most expensive cabins were located here: B-51, B-53 and B-55 were all connected by a private promenade, idem for B-52, B-54 and B-56. The even numbered cabins were used by [[Bruce Ismay]], the odd numbered cabins were booked by the Cardeza family. In the [[1997 Film Titanic|1997 Film ''Titanic'']], the DeWitt-Bukater family is booked in B-52, B-54, and B-56.
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The most expensive cabins were located here: B-51, B-53 and B-55 were all connected by a private promenade, idem for B-52, B-54 and B-56. The even numbered cabins were used by [[Bruce Ismay]], the odd numbered cabins were booked by the Cardeza family. Based on photos of the {{RMS|Olympic}}, B52 was styled in the Empire style. B56 was possibly styled in Old Dutch.
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==C Deck==
 
==C Deck==
 
On [[C Deck]] there were 148 Staterooms.
 
On [[C Deck]] there were 148 Staterooms.
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==E Deck==
 
==E Deck==
 
On [[E Deck]] there were some First Class staterooms on the starboard side, but alternating with Second Class Saterooms.
 
On [[E Deck]] there were some First Class staterooms on the starboard side, but alternating with Second Class Saterooms.
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==Popular Culture==
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The Promenade Suite was painstakingly reconstructed for the [[1997 film Titanic|1997 film ''Titanic'']]. In the film, the DeWitt-Bukater family is booked in B-52, B-54, and B-56. B56 was Rose and Cal's Stateroom. If you notice in the videos below, numerous bouqets of flowers can be found in the bedrooms. They were likely delivered to their staterooms on Sailing Day as a congratulations on their recent engagement and Bon Voyage gift. After Wednesday April 10th they are put in silver vases and placed around the rooms. One passenger recalled there was so many flowers on board she said ''Titanic'' was "a ship full of flowers". Nothing but the best and freshest for 1st-Class Passengers.
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All staterooms will also be shown in the upcoming video game Titanic:Honor and Glory.
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Promenade Suite B-52, B-54 and B-56|Wednesday April 10th, 1912 12:15pm
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B-56|Friday April 12th, 1912 about 8pm
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B-56-0|Friday April 12th, 1912 about 9pm, "Marguerite Waltz from Charles Gounod's Faust" plays in the background
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Private Promenade and B-56|Sunday April 14th, 1912 8:30am-9:30am
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[[Category:Locations on board]]
 
[[Category:Locations on board]]
 
[[Category:First Class Accommodations]]
 
[[Category:First Class Accommodations]]

Revision as of 07:19, September 25, 2016

The Titanic had a total of over 350 First Class Staterooms.

Boat Deck

On the Boat Deck there were 6 Staterooms labeled "T", "U", "W", "X", "Y", & "Z".

A Deck

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A Deck single berth cabin used for single men

On A Deck there were 35 Staterooms.

B Deck

  • B-38
  • B-38
  • B-53 decorated in the Italian Renaissance
  • Parlor Suite Sitting Room B-51 decorated in the Adams style
  • B-55 of the Starboard Promenade Suite decorated in the French Style
  • B54 of the Port side Private Parlor Suite decorated in the Empire style
  • B-54
  • B-54
  • B-81
  • B-81
  • B-81

On B Deck there were 102 Staterooms all styled in different periods.

The most expensive cabins were located here: B-51, B-53 and B-55 were all connected by a private promenade, idem for B-52, B-54 and B-56. The even numbered cabins were used by Bruce Ismay, the odd numbered cabins were booked by the Cardeza family. Based on photos of the RMS Olympic, B52 was styled in the Empire style. B56 was possibly styled in Old Dutch.

C Deck

On C Deck there were 148 Staterooms.

D Deck

On D Deck there were 50 Staterooms.

E Deck

On E Deck there were some First Class staterooms on the starboard side, but alternating with Second Class Saterooms.

Popular Culture

The Promenade Suite was painstakingly reconstructed for the 1997 film Titanic. In the film, the DeWitt-Bukater family is booked in B-52, B-54, and B-56. B56 was Rose and Cal's Stateroom. If you notice in the videos below, numerous bouqets of flowers can be found in the bedrooms. They were likely delivered to their staterooms on Sailing Day as a congratulations on their recent engagement and Bon Voyage gift. After Wednesday April 10th they are put in silver vases and placed around the rooms. One passenger recalled there was so many flowers on board she said Titanic was "a ship full of flowers". Nothing but the best and freshest for 1st-Class Passengers. All staterooms will also be shown in the upcoming video game Titanic:Honor and Glory.

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