Léontine Pauline "Ninette" Aubart[1] (May 20th, 1887 - October 29th, 1964) was the mistress of millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim. They were First Class passengers of the Titanic. Ninette survived the sinking, but Benjamin died.

A Singer, she lived at 17 Rue Le Sueur, Paris, France. She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with her maid Emma Sägesser. She occupied cabin B-35 (ticket number PC 17477, £69 6s).

She and her maid were rescued, probably in Lifeboat 9.

After coming aboard the Carpathia she sent a Marconigram to Paris on April 18th, 1912:

Aubart 42 rue Monge Paris
Moi sauvee mais Ben perdu[2]

Some other Telegrams were not transmitted because the operators could not cope with the tremendous workload following the disaster.

Aubart 42 rue Monge Paris
Ninette Aubart
Pascaline 17 Lesueur Paris
Berthe Segesser 30, Charles Baudelaire Paris
Sauvée Amities Emma[5]

In later life, it is said, that Madame Aubart held parties during the 1920s that were ended by police.

Leontine Pauline Aubart died on October 29th, 1964; aged 77.

  1. often misspelled Aubert
  2. I'm saved but Ben lost
  3. Saved
  4. Saved
  5. Saved Love Emma