Clay Maitland

On a quest for quality in shipping

The design lessons learned from the Titanic

A great deal has been learned about the fate of the TITANIC since the location of its wreck by an expedition led by Dr. Robert D. Ballard, then of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Jean-Louis Michel of IFREMER in early September, 1985. Continue reading

Titanic: 100 years of lessons learned

I had the pleasure this week of addressing the audience at the World Maritime Day Observance event in Banff, Alberta on the subject of the Titanic and the Artic and in particular the lessons learnt from the disaster and would like to share my thoughts in a series of related blog posts. Continue reading