Titanic Survivors

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.

Survivors of the Titanic - Passengers

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.

Survivors of the Titanic - Crew

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.

Support provided to those who survived the Titanic

£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).

Other Facts On The Survivors Of The Titanic

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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