It was one of the greatest achievements for naval engineering at the beginning of the 20th century, as the RMS Titanic was already creating expectations even before it was launched, a ship that was more than a transatlantic liner, it was a floating palace.
However, he was not an only child since he had siblings who, although less luxurious than him, could compete with him in size; namely the RMS Olympic and the HMHS Britannic. A triad that showed the world the enormous potential of his shipping line, the White Star Line.
What you would never imagine is that one of them would become a legend in the wake of his disaster. For the Titanic has evolved as more than one of the famous Olympic class ships, the Titanic is an icon per se.
A legend that was broken at an early age and that never had an image in life that was not linked to that of its shipping company, a ship that contained hundreds of objects under the same seal as all the others, the seal of the White Star Line.