I told you she was unsinkable, if only handled in accordance with the new seamanship.
Seal the boat and she's unsinkable the way a corked bottle is.
If boats are unsinkable as well as fireproof there is no need of any life-boats at all.
And still everyone was walking about and saying that the ship was unsinkable.
The term "unsinkable," as applied to ships, is used throughout the present work in an accommodated sense.
Such was the Great Eastern, a marvel in her time and an object lesson, even to-day, in safe and unsinkable construction.
If we would make ocean travel safe we must make the ship, as far as possible, unsinkable.
It was rough luck, to be sure; they had not thought they would so soon have a chance of proving that the Titanic was unsinkable.
We have nothing direct from the Titanic, but are perfectly satisfied that the vessel is unsinkable.
Here it is a ship at sea, unsinkable and steady, blown upon by the free winds of all the world.