MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 65 TOTAL IN BOAT: 70
OCCUPANTS IDENTIFIED: 17 UNIDENTIFIED OR UNACCOUNTED FOR: 53
THIRD CLASS: Charles E. Dahl; Mr. William J. De Messemacke; Mrs. Pekka P. (Elin) Hakkarainen; Mrs. Oscar W. (Alice) Johnson; Master Harold T. Johnson; Miss Eleanor I. Johnson; Eino W. Lindqvist; Karl A. Midtsjo TOTAL: 8
CREW: George Cavell, trimmer; Frank L. Dymond, fireman, in charge; John Edward Hart, third-class steward; Samuel J. Rule, bath steward; W. H. Taylor, fireman. TOTAL: 5 (Col. Gracie stated that there were as many as 13 crewmen in Boat 15) .
UNNAMED: two female Third Class passengers (some sources state that they were Swedes). TOTAL: 2
NOTE: Another lifeboat loaded and launched by the energetic Fifth Officer Lowe. As he did with Boat 11, Lowe took advantage of the number of small children and infants in the boat to find space for a few more adults, hence the impression by the numbers that the boat was overloaded.