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Statistics About The Most Famous Ships

Statistics on the most famous ships include the Titanic, which sank in 1912, and the USS Arizona, which was sunk during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

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"The Titanic, perhaps the most famous ship globally, was 882 feet long and 106 feet wide (at the widest spot)."

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"The ocean liner, RMS Queen Elizabeth 2, has completed 806 transatlantic crossings."

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"The Mayflower, known for bringing Pilgrims to the New World, carried just over 100 passengers."

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"Santa Maria, one of Christopher Columbus's three ships, was about 15.5 meters (51 feet) long."

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"USS Arizona, involved in the bombing of Pearl Harbor, burned for two days after the attack and almost half of the casualties at Pearl Harbor were on this ship."

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"The USS Missouri, also known as the "Mighty Mo", is 887.2 feet long"

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"RMS Lusitania, known for its sinking during WWI, could travel at speeds up to 25 knots (29 mph)."

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"HMS Beagle, Charles Darwin traveled on this ship, which was about 90 feet long."

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Statistic 9

"The Titanic had a capacity to accommodate 2,435 passengers and about 900 crew members."

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"The USS Constitution, a 44-gun frigate with a crew of over 450 officers and men, is 204 feet long on deck."

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"The Spanish galleon, Nuestra Señora de Atocha, carried an estimated $400 million worth of treasure when it sank in 1622."

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"The Bismarck, a famous German warship in WWII, was 251 meters (823.5 feet) long."

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"HMS Endeavour, the ship Captain Cook used to discover the East Coast of Australia, was about 100 feet long and weighed nearly 400 tons."

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"The The Monitor was the first ironclad warship commissioned by the United States Navy during the American Civil War."

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"The USS Saratoga, a famous aircraft carrier, was 268 meters (880 feet) long."

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Statistic 16

"The Edmund Fitzgerald, known for its sinkings, was 729 feet long and could carry 26,000 tons of cargo."

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