Although the second- and third-class sections of the ship occupied a much smaller proportion of space overall than those of first class aboard the Titanic there were several comfortable large public rooms and elevators for. During the day the quintet played in both 2nd-Class and in 1st-Class venues such as the 1st-Class Dining saloon The 2nd-Class Entrance on C-Deck or the 1st-class D-Deck Reception Room.
Titanics second class dining room located on D deck could accommodate all 564 second class passengers at a single seating.
2nd class dining room titanic. The adjacent kitchen also serviced the Second-class Dining Room. It was a large elegant room with mahogany furniture upholstered in crimson. The Second Class Dining Room was situated on D deck too but much further aft just in front of the base of the mast.
Second class passengers were left to settle for spring lamb plum pudding and American ice-cream. Second Class Dining Saloon as seen in Titanic. The second class passengers did have a library and smoke room in addition to their dining hall.
But again at least they got fed. First class suite 4350 75788 First class berth 150 2613 Second class 60 1044 and. Third class 40 696.
On the Olympic the room was sandwiched between the Second-Class promenades on either side making it smaller than the version on Titanic whose restaurant extended to the port side of the ship and whose starboard-side promenade deck was converted to the Cafe Parisien. They would play Overtures during Afternoon Tea from 400 pm-500 pm in the 1st-Class Reception Room on D-Deck. The second class dining room was large enough to fit all of the many second class passengers.
In 1st grape scissors were provided in 2nd Class passengers had to pull grapes from the bunch. It was a large elegant room with mahogany furniture upholstered in crimson. A piano provided entertainment for the diners.
Contemporary drawing of the Titanic s A La Carte restaurant. Just like first class they had a desk but it was built in next to a sink and mirror where they could wash themselves. Dinner was typically a 10-course or more feast and featured the very best in food quality.
Second class dining room. Under the sink and desk there were some drawers to put clothing. A lot like everything else on the Titanic the second class bedrooms had almost all the same stuff first class bedrooms had just built into a more compact area.
Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended. LikeSubscribe for moreAlso suggest what rooms you want me to do next. In Titanic s 2nd Class the same design of Olympic silver-plate and fine bone china was used but unlike 1st Class the range of tableware was significantly reduced.
The entrance to the Second Class dining room was nowhere as beautiful and magnificent as the well know First Class Grand Staircase. The First Class Dining Saloon was one out of four locations for First Class passengers to eatThe room was located on D Deck measuring 114 feet long and 92 feet wide the room could seat 554 passengers set at 115 tables for 2 to 12 peopleIf they wanted the parents could allow their children to eat here with them but not if the dining room was fully booked. A grand first-class dining room on the original Titanic featured arched doorways and spacious armchairs.
A second class ticket at that time cost approximately 13 to 79 pounds which would be the equivalent of 1800 today. Honor and Glory 2018 Titanic s second class dining room located on D Deck could accommodate all 564 second class passengers in a single seating. The Egocentric James Cameron uses remote cameras to go into the 1st class dining room of the Titanic.
Everyone sat together at long tables that stretched the length of the room as you can see in the photo by the way- the tables had tableclothes they are just now pictured in this photo. The highlight of your first class passage is heading to the first class dining room at 700 pm for dinner. Which still seems pretty good actually especially when compared to the stewed figs gruel and cabin biscuits that third-class passengers had on their Titanic menu.
A piano provided entertainment for the diners. 12 scale Plaster and surface decorators at work on the First-class Dining Saloon of the RMS Titanics sister ship Olympic while it was docked in England in 1929. Second-class accommodation and facilities on board the Titanic were quite intricate and spacious in comparison to many first-class facilities on other ships of the time.
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