From the Guardian: Wreck of Titanic sister ship finds new destiny as tourist attraction.
Nearly 92 years have elapsed since Captain Charles Bartlett, standing in his pyjamas on the bridge of the biggest vessel in the world, the HMHS Britannic, gave the call to abandon ship.
It was 8.35am on November 21 1916. The four-funnel ocean liner, built to be even larger and safer than the “unsinkable” Titanic, her ill-fated sister, was listing fast. Bartlett knew the ship was doomed, but on this eerily calm morning as it sailed to collect troops wounded in the first world war’s Balkans campaign, neither he nor any of his crew could have imagined [continue]
“The incident, described in detail by Violet Jessop, an Anglo-Irish nurse who incredibly had also survived the sinking of the Titanic, traumatised those who witnessed it.”
I trust White Star did not use her in adverts.