This is a compilation of the Titanic sinking (was once not enough?!) as reimagined in thirteen different movies and television shows over the past 100 years, including a couple cartoons. It’s crazy to think the Titanic sunk all the way back in 1912. I still remember reading about it in
Because knowledge is power, this is a video of DJ from Youtube channel The Bear Essentials detailing how to get back in a capsized canoe in deep water. It does involve grabbing your thwart and yoke, which I do all the time, capsized boat or not. First you right the
Built as part of the creation of video game Titanic: Honor and Glory in which PC players will be able to explore the RMS Titanic prior to and during its sinking, this is a 4K walking tour of the ship. The game will feature a faithful recreation of the entire
In other cruise ship news, this is a full 3D scan of the Titanic, created using over 700,000 individual stills of the wreckage, where it’s rested in its watery grave some 2+ miles deep in the Atlantic Ocean since 1912. The scan is the largest deep-water 3D project to date,
This is a video of a man attempting to prepare something to eat aboard a boat during rough seas. He seems to be doing a fine enough job until one of his bowls goes flying. I would argue the five second rule should be extended to ten seconds aboard boats,
This is a visualization created by 3D animator Jarde Owens providing a tour of all the Titanic’s interior (and exterior) features from top to bottom, including the engine rooms, secret rooms, and MORE. Did you know the Titanic was one of the first ocean liners to have a swimming pool?
In loose lips news, this is a video testing the Air Force’s new ‘Quicksink’ missile, capable of splitting even large ships in two and sending them to Davey Jones’s locker in a hurry. Wow! Thank goodness these didn’t exist when I was a pirate! “When were you a pirate?” During
This is some footage captured along China’s Yulong River of the Golden Dragon boat slowly making its way downstream. The boat, which consists of 80 separate rafts connected to one another, measures a respectable 2,300-feet long all together. That’s an impressive dragon! Maybe not as impressive as my dragon, but