Who said 'I've never had an accident worth talking about'?
These words were said by Edward John Smith, the captain of Titanic, a British naval officer;
He mentioned it five years prior to the sinking of the Titanic.
He entered White Line Star in 1880, speedily rose through the ranks, and was certified in 1888.
He successfully commanded the Republic, the Majestic, the Baltic, the Adriatic, and the Olympic. He was a man who has great years of experience at sea and best known as a respectable, safe captain because every wealthy individual in England would only journey on ships in which he was the captain.
He married Eleanor Smith and had a daughter named Helen Melville.
His parent's names are Edward Smith and Catherine Hancock
He was reported to have been in bed when the Titanic hit the iceberg and woken upon hearing the loud sound made by the ship when it moved to crash. However, he lost his life when the Titanic drowned in April 1912.