706 - the total number of Titanic survivors (passengers and crew).
31.6 - the percentage of people (passengers and crew) who survived.
53.4 - the total percentage who could have survived, given the number of spaces available on the Titanic lifeboats.
492 - the number of Titanic passengers who survived.
37 - the percentage of passengers who survived.
61 - the percentage of First Class passengers who survived.
42 - the percentage of Standard Class passengers who survived.
24 - the percentage of Third Class passengers who survived.
2 - dogs who survived (both were lapdogs taken onto lifeboats by their owners).
20 - the percentage of male passengers who survived.
75 - the percentage of female passengers who survived.
214 - the number of Titanic crew members who survived.
24 - the percentage of crew members who survived.
22 - the percentage of male crew members who survived.
87 - the percentage of female crew members who survived.
50 - the percentage of Navigation Officers who survived (4 out of 8).
0 - the percentage of Engineering Officers who survived (all 25 perished, bravely working to keep the ship afloat for as long as possible).
100 - the percentage of lookouts who survived.
£413,000 - approximate amount raised for the survivors by the official Titanic Relief Fund.
£20,000,000 - approximate equivalent value of the fund in today's terms.
1959 - the year the Titanic Relief Fund was wound up (the balance was transferred into annuities or to the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners' Royal Benevolent Society).
9 - the number of days spent in the search for survivors.
242154 - the ticket number of an anonymous passenger who received a full refund prior to departure and is assumed not to have sailed.
$664,000 - the final settlement for all outstanding legal claims, paid by White Star Line in December 1915.
$2,500,000 - an estimate of the possible total value of claims, according to the Claimants Committee.
26 - the percentage of the Claimant Committee's estimate that the final settlement represented.
$500,000 - the amount of the £664,000 distributed to American claimants.
$50,000 - the amount of the £664,000 distributed to British claimants.
$114,000 - the amount of the £664,000 that was used to pay interest and legal expenses arising from the law suits.
15 April 1995 - the date on which two survivors, Edith Eileen Haisman (nee Brown) - aged 98 - and Eva Hart - 90 - attended the opening of the Memorial Garden at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, England.
15 April 2002 - the date on which Milvina Dean, then one of just 4 survivors of the sinking of the Titanic still living, unveiled a plaque in Canute Road, Southampton, to mark the 90th anniversary of the sinking.
9 weeks - Milvina Dean's age at the time of the disaster.
31 May 2009 - the date on which Milvina Dean, the last living survivor, died, aged 97.
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