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A Cup to Remember
The silicone Teatanic tea infuser pays homage to the Titanic, except that this one is meant to sink. Just pull off the deck and fill the hull with tea, then let it drift to the bottom of your cup. Dishwasher safe.
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The Titanic aimed to give her 2,453 passengers an unparalleled luxurious ocean crossing. Where most luxury liners of the day were decorated in the style of a manor house or an English country house, the Titanic's inspiration was modern high-class hotels. There was an on-board telephone system, a barber shop, and a well-stocked lending library. First-class passengers enjoyed a swimming pool, athletic facilities, and fine dining restaurants and cafes. Even the third-class (steerage) accommodations were superior to the standards of the time. Steerage passengers on other ships were confined in open dormitories fore and aft, usually without adequate food or toilets. The Titanic's steerage class provided small but private cabins, as well as some leisure and social facilities.