- This article is about the space cruise ship. For the street-going vessel, see Land Titanic.
|First appearance||"A Flight to Remember" (1ACV10)|
|Current status||Sucked into a black hole|
The Titanic was the largest, most luxurious space cruise ship ever built (1ACV10).
She resembled the classic steam ship of the same name in design with its four funnels and sharp bow, sported a casino with a bar, a buffet (including bisque, Amy's favorite), an outdoor swimming pool on the deck, a large restaurant and many other amenities and was fueled by many stokers shoveling dark matter into the fires. Propulsion was seemingly provided by one or more dark-matter reactors situated in the bowels of the ship. Unlike her unlucky namesake, the ship sported a great number of escape pods at the stern, sufficient to allow every person on board to escape in an emergency.
Levels of the ship included (in order from above):
- The first class (cabins of the first class and many other representative rooms)
- The second class (cabins of the second class)
- The steerage (for less wealthy passengers)
- The laundry
- The bowels of the ship (dark-matter reactors)
- The fiesta deck (cheapest passenger quarters and reactor exhaust)
 Details of service
The Titanic began her maiden voyage at the South Street Spaceport in New New York in 3000 under the command of the honorary captain Zapp Brannigan and his First Officer Kif Kroker. She was christened with none other than Leonardo DiCaprio's head. During the passage, Captain Brannigan felt the captain's itch for adventure and decided to change course right into a swarm of comets. When the course turned out to be more suicidal than initially hoped, another course change was made into a region empty of comets that was, however, filled with a black hole. The ship got caught in the pull of this interstellar gravity well and began to break up. Captain Brannigan relinquished command, to Lieutenant Kif Kroker, to allow himself to be first to leave the ship. Unlike the original Titanic, the ship was abandoned by almost all passengers before she was eventually sucked into the black hole. The only casualty was one aristocratic fembot, the Countess de la Roca.
 List of crew and passengers
Some notable people were aboard the Titanic on her first and only voyage. They include:
- Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth
- Turanga Leela
- Bender Bending Rodríguez
- Philip J. Fry
- Hermes Conrad
- Dr. John A. Zoidberg
- Dr. Amy Wong
- Leo Wong
- Inez Wong
- LaBarbara Conrad
- Hattie McDoogal
- The Countess de la Roca
- The jellyfish nurse
- The bisque guy