white star RMS Titanic -  Saloon Deck D



Explore Titanic Deck by Deck




To view Titanic's cargo manifest, crew and passenger lists please visit the PURSERS OFFICE



d-deck corridoor


Titanic's D-deck was the 5th deck down from the top of the ship, the vessel was equipped with sixteen watertight compartments to help prevent her from sinking if the hull was breached, the first two and the last six of these compartments only ran as high as D-deck

The saloon or D deck consisted of 1st class dining room; 1st class reception room; 2nd class dining room; 1st and 2nd class galley and pantries; 1st, 2nd and 3rd class rooms; crew quarters; passenger cabins, 1st and 2nd class bakery and butcher shops; and the hospital.




 Places to explore on this deck





 1st Class Reception               1st Class Dining Room             The Hospital    


1st and Second Class Galley        2nd Class Dining Room         Crew Accommodation


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