They might think it's very similar to those of the Titanic, but only in that they both have reciprocating steam engines. Titanic's recip engines are triple expansion, not quadruple, and back when they were operable could develop 15,000 horsepower each. The turbine developed another 12,000.
Still, sad to lose E.M. Ford. We can't save them all, but there isn't much left of the great Great Lakes fleet of the earlier days of the 20th century.
Mark D. - The bottom of the information curve