The "Unsinkable"ship

Nate Salyer

why did they build the the ship in iron instead of steel and they called it the "Unsinkable"ship

they built it in iron because they wanted to save money.They also did it in the strongest iron made but the steel is stronger by a long shot. If they would have used steel they could have gone strait threw the iceberg with no problem. But the shipbuilders would not have as money as they got.

why did they build the the ship in iron instead of steel and they called it the "Unsinkable"ship

could they have made the titanic more unsinkable? If so what?

They could have put lots more lifeboats on the ship because they only had 16 life boats which only fits half of the boat witch is not good idea on the ship builders part but they should have put 48 lifeboats on. They also could have built it in steel which would have let them plow threw the iceberg but they built it out of iron

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