Updated: Aug 21, 2022
April 14, 1912: Captain Smith cancels the lifeboat drills for the morning. As several iceberg warnings are received throughout the day. Captain Smith changes the Titanic's course, heading slightly south. Titanic's speed is not lowered.
April 14, 1912: The temperature has dropped to 32 degrees F and Titanic is traveling at 22.5 knots. The sea is calm, the skies are perfectly clear, and the stars appear as brilliant points of light, but no moon. Frederick Fleet and Reginald Lee take over lookout duty in the crow's nest. Interestingly, they did not have binoculars.