Author(s): David F. Hutchings
The world famous ocean liner Titanic, which sank on her maiden voyage in 1912, is the latest subject to receive the Haynes Manual treatment. With an authoritative text and hundreds of illustrations, see how this leviathan was built, launched and fitted out. Read about her lavish passenger accommodation. Learn about the captain's responsibilities, including the operation of a transatlantic liner. Consider the chief engineer's view - how did he manage the huge engines and other onboard systems? What was it like to operate a luxury ocean liner from the perspective of Titanic's owner, the White Star Line?
HOBBY MERCHANDISER With an authoritative text supported by more than two hundred illustrations, RMS Titanic Owners' Workshop Manual helps readers discover how this Leviathan of the seas was built, launched, and fitted out, understand the complexities of her massive engine room and appreciate the lavish passenger accommodations. Readers will also learn about the captain's many responsibilities and discover how the chief engineer kept the mighty ship and its systems running. This one-of-a-kind book offers a rare and fascinating insight into the design, construction, and operation of the Titanic.
David Hutchings is a former shipwright and historian who has written widely on the great transatlantic ocean liners. He lives at Lee-on-the-Solent. Richard de Kerbrech is a maritime historian with a background in marine engineering. He lives on the Isle of Wight.
New in paperback. Originally published in 2012 to mark the centenary of the loss of the Titanic in 1912. Detailed 'how it works' Haynes Manual treatment. Comprehensive coverage of the maintenance and operation of the Titanic. Expert co-authors. Fully illustrated with photographs and drawings.