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(Outdated) RMS Titanic 1.8:1 Scale (2020 Version)

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This map was released in 2020 and is since outdated, the newest build can be found here:

Java Edition Download: Below
Bedrock Edition Download: www.mediafire.com/file/srpggr9f5ngecr6/RMS_Titanic_Update_1_-_by_Rilhon.mcworld/file

File:RMS Titanic 3.jpg

History of the ship
width=56United Kingdom
NameRMS Titanic
OwnerWhite Star Line
OperatorWhite Star Line
Port of registryUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Liverpool, UK
RouteSouthampton to New York City
Ordered17 September 1908
BuilderHarland and Wolff, Belfast
CostGB£1.5 million (£150 million in 2019)
Yard number401
Way number400
Laid down31 March 1909
Launched31 May 1911
Completed2 April 1912
Maiden voyage10 April 1912; 109 years ago
In service10 April 1912
Out of service15 April 1912
FateStruck an iceberg at 11:40 p.m. (ship's time) 14 April 1912 on her maiden voyage and sank 2 h 40 min later on 15 April 1912; 109 years ago.
General characteristics
Class and typeOlympic-class ocean liner
Tonnage46,328 GRT
Displacement52,310 tons
Length882 ft 9 in (269.1 m)
Beam92 ft 6 in (28.2 m)
Height175 ft (53.3 m) (keel to top of funnels)
Draught34 ft 7 in (10.5 m)
Depth64 ft 6 in (19.7 m)
Decks9 (A–G)
Installed power24 double-ended and five single-ended boilers feeding two reciprocating steam engines for the wing propellers, and a low-pressure turbine for the centre propeller;[​3] output: 46,000 HP
PropulsionTwo three-blade wing propellers and one three-blade centre propeller
SpeedCruising: 21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph). Max: 23 kn (43 km/h; 26 mph)
CapacityPassengers: 2,435, crew: 892. Total: 3,327 (or 3,547 according to other sources)
NotesLifeboats: 20 (sufficient for 1,178 people)
Source: Wikipedia

This is my build of the RMS Titanic, the famous ocean liner which sank on the early morning hours of April 15th 1912, in the Atlantic ocean. The build is 488 blocks long and 52 blocks wide, and is built in roughly 1.8:1 scale. It took around four months to complete, which originally started as a project to build her sister ship, the Olympic. The second phase of the project was about converting the ship into the near-identical Titanic. This included adding in more rooms and changing several minor areas of the ship, which took a few weeks.

Titanic Update 1 Changelog: (2021-04-01)

-Completely overhauled bow hull design
-Changed rigging to black stained glass
-Changed flooring in certain areas, such as the 1st Class Dining Saloon
-Improved the boiler and engine rooms
-Made lifeboats more detailed
-Added storm drains along the raised roof over the 1st Class Lounge and Smoking Rooms, on the Boat Deck
-Changed the color of the funnels from yellow terracotta to mushroom blocks, making it more similar to "White Star Buff"
-Changed the color of the masts from brown terracotta to regular terracotta
-Updated the bow crane
-Added deck chairs on the promenade deck
-Replaced all the dark oak trapdoors and slabs with spruce (representing the railings tops)
-And much more which I've done over the course of several months which I can't remember

Hopefully you'll enjoy the map, please leave a comment if you did, or if you noticed something that is wrong so I can correct it!


//Rilhon :-)
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03/07/2023 11:41 am
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02/10/2021 3:18 am
Level 17 : Journeyman Architect
chavez12367 avatar
Great recreation, but isn't it 1.8:1 scale?
02/10/2021 4:50 amhistory
Level 52 : Grandmaster Blockhead
Rilhon avatar
Maybe, I suck at the concept of scales xD The exact scale is 1,817880794701987 :-)
02/10/2021 3:32 pmhistory
Level 17 : Journeyman Architect
chavez12367 avatar
I meant you;ve written 1:8 and it looks like ship should be 8-times smaller. Or maybe it's a new way to write down scale that i didn't know?
12/07/2020 9:41 pm
Level 37 : Artisan Architect
BaKonGaming avatar
Looks amazing! though you sure it isnt 1:1 scale?
12/10/2020 2:15 pm
Level 52 : Grandmaster Blockhead
Rilhon avatar
Oh I'm sure, since it would have to have been 269 blocks long if it was :-)
11/20/2020 4:49 pm
Level 52 : Grandmaster Crafter
MrRokoko avatar
Nice Titanic :)
11/19/2020 7:23 pm
Level 9 : Apprentice Miner
Camil0 avatar
Capisimo ese mapa WOW
11/19/2020 6:26 pm
Level 69 : High Grandmaster Architect
cnorgren avatar
This is amazing!! Great work! Its crazy how far Minecraft has come, I built a 1:1 scale Titanic in 2012 for the 100th anniversary... I did not have the same detail options in 2012 haha Your version makes me want to renovate my project
11/24/2020 8:45 pm
Level 33 : Artisan Architect
Theotmt avatar
I did worse, tried how many times, but I cancelled all of them :')
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