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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
Promenade Suite B-52, B-54 and B-56

Promenade Suite B-52, B-54 and B-56

Wednesday April 10th, 1912 12:15pm

B-56

B-56

Friday April 12th, 1912 about 8pm

B-56-0

B-56-0

Friday April 12th, 1912 about 9pm, "Marguerite Waltz from Charles Gounod's Faust" plays in the background

Private Promenade and B-56

Private Promenade and B-56

Sunday April 14th, 1912 8:30am-9:30am

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 odd cabins were used by Bruce Ismay, the even cabins were booked by the Thayer family. In the 1997 Film Titanic, the DeWitt-Bukater family is booked here.

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, but alternating with Second Class Saterooms.

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