Some of those who survived the sinking of the Britannia had their own stories recorded. In some cases they wrote their own personal accounts, others were recorded in shorter articles or had their stories researched. There are websites about some of them, and in the articles below there are links to these websites.
Was rescued from Lifeboat No 12 by the Cabo de Hornos.
Spent five days on Lifeboat Number Three and was rescued by the Cabo de Hornos.
Was on Lifeboat Number Ten for five days and was picked up by the Cabo de Hornos.
Thomas Caldwell was on Lifeboat Number Five.
Was rescued by the Cabo de Hornos, most likely from Lifeboat Number Three.
Provided a separate written account of the voyage of Lifeboat Number Seven.
Adaline Miller was the ship's surgeon on the Britannia.
Survived the journey across the Atlantic on Lifeboat Number Seven, but died on the boat when they were in sight of the coast of Brazil.
Was picked up by the Cabo de Hornos from the '2nd Raft'.
Was picked up by the Cabo de Hornos from the '1st Raft', and encouraged the captain to keep searching for survivors.
Was picked up by the Cabo de Hornos from the '2nd Raft' after being bitten by a shark when the ship was in sight.
Reached the coast of Brazil after 23 days in Lifeboat Number Seven, and later wrote a book about his experiences.