Restoration of a Lost Glory
Thankfully, due to cautious actions on behalf of Captain Charles Bartlett of the H.M.H.S. Britannic, the ship is able to survive a detonation of a German naval mine of its starboard bow. Although six of its compartments have been flooded, the hospital ship remains afloat and is carefully hauled to Athens, Greece for repairs. After being temporarily repaired, Britannic quickly steams back to Belfast, Ireland, where permanent repairs are made to the leviathan. From here, the great sister of the ill-fated Titanic begins its long and glorious career, regaining the lost glory of the Olympic-class.