Boat 16 (port) Edit

Sixth Officer Moody supervised the launching of Boat 16 at about 1:20 am. Around 52 people are believed to have been on board by the time it reached Carpathia;[1] most of those aboard were said to be women and children from Second and Third Class.[2] Among the occupants was stewardess Violet Jessop who, uniquely, survived the accidents that befell all of the Olympic-class liners: the collision of Olympic with HMS Hawke in 1911, the sinking of Titanic in 1912 and the mining of Britannic in 1916.[3]

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