Events across the world and at the scene of the tragedy are recalling the sinking of the Titanic 100 years ago.
The cruise ships Balmoral and Azamara Journey are at the site in the North Atlantic where the ship they called unsinkable sank after hitting an iceberg.
Passengers observed a minute's silence, and uniformed ship's crew cast wreaths were into the sea as a tribute to the 1,512 victims who died.
One passenger described it as eerily quiet on the Balmoral and passengers were reminded the real thing must have been horrendous.
The sinking is also being remembered in other parts of the world, with Titanic exhibitions in Canada, Northern Ireland, Las Vegas, San Diego, Houston and Singapore.