Divers Couldn’t Believe What Survived This 340-Year-Old Shipwreck

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Second-Class Cabins Were Comfortable Enough

 

The bunks, private bathrooms, and a seating area in the second-class cabins were more than enough for many. There were even select second-class cabins that could double as first-class cabins, which meant they were more lavish.

A cabin like this could have been as high up at the C Deck, and as low down as the E Deck. Many people think that second-class passengers had it better than third-class, but many did not escape death either.

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