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which of the sister ships lasted the longest?

olympic,
titanic,
or brittanic?

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Uh, wild guess...Olympic

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I second that guess.emoticon But Titanic will always be the most famous.

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True enough. emoticon

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Depends on the definition of "lasted," doesn't it? Olympic had the longest useful life of the three, but she's no longer around. Titanic and Britannic are still around, although not in very good condition, as ships go.
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True, I'd hate to attempt to sail either of them!

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That might be a bit difficult, [sign in to see URL]

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In that respect Olympic is still around [sign in to see URL] least bits and parts--and still useful too.
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Yes, one of the things I intend to do in my life is stay at the White Swan in Alnwick - the dining room has the Oly's A La Carte restaurant pannelling.

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Oh la la!I'm saving up so that I can take a cruise on Millenium which has her a la carte restaurant panelling...

Yes, [sign in to see URL] of her are still with us and still [sign in to see URL]'s to you Olympic, Old gilr!!!

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