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First, there’s the cold. Imagine being one of hundreds or thousands of people on board such a ship, and none of those thousands around you have much in the way of clothing or underclothing. It’s easy to imagine that people on board the Titanic would have been wearing heavy coats and many layers of clothing to protect them against the cold. But that meant that they weren’t keeping their skin warm. And once the cold starts to get to the skin, the changes in blood chemistry that are vital to keeping our body’s function begin to have a really bad time.

Next, there’s the wind. Strong winds on the ocean, generally from the north-east or north-west, are brutal on the small and poorly prepared ships. Not so much for the larger, more established ships. In his book Titanic Revealed, David Crow says, “The Titanic had originally been designed to operate out of New York, which would be more sheltered than some of the other important North Atlantic trade routes. She was never intended for the open oceans, and indeed every major ocean liner of the time was to some extent ‘seaworthy’ only, or, to use the American term, as a ‘beach barge.’ ”

There’s the whole question of what happens in the unlikely event of a collision with another ship. On a large, well-established cargo vessel, collisions are relatively rare. On any one voyage, the probability of a collision of any scale is less than a few hundred per cent. Your chances of being aboard a ship that does collide, let alone being at the wrong end of a collision, are minuscule.

The Titanic had an even lower probability of being involved in a collision with another ship. It hadn’t had any collisions over the previous five or six years, and they considered it a very stable ship. It wasn’t a small ship. It was a massive ship. It was a “four-funnelled ship, as much as five or six hundred feet from the transom to the funnel,” Crow says.