Final Sunrise

 Sunday morning, April 14th, 1912 - sunrise on the North Atlantic. R.M.S. Titanic is on her course for New York. On board breakfast is being served. The weather is sunny but now, there is a noticable drop in air temperature

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Titanic was in mid-atlantic having completed nearly four days of her voyage to America. Her speed would be increased steadily as the engines were broken in and more boilers would be fired up. By Sunday night, Titanic would be cruising at over 21 Knots (24 miles an hour). Not a speed record as Titanic was never built to be the fastest - only the largest and most luxurious ocean liner in service.

The Final Sunrise - Titanic at sea.

 Sunday morning, April 14th, 1912 - sunrise on the North Atlantic. R.M.S. Titanic is on her course for New York. On board breakfast is being served. The weather is sunny but now, there is a noticable drop in air temperature. At 9:00 am, the Cunarder Caroiareports ice seen two days earlier. Morning church services will be conducted for all passengers in the First Class dining room at 11 AM, conducted by the ship's master, Captain Edward J. Smith, the Commodore of the White Star Line. This would be the only time the Third Class passengers would be welcomed into the exclusive First Class section of the ship. After the services were concluded they were escourted back to their quarters on board.

 1:45 pm Titanic relays a message from the German steamer Amerika to the Hydrographic Office in Washington that ice was spotted south of Titanic’s course. This message was never brought to the bridge.

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