No binoculars for the lookouts on Titanic
It is true that the lookouts in the crow’s nest of Titanic did not have binoculars.
There were binoculars in a locker used by Second Officer David Blair who sailed on Titanic from Belfast to Southampton. However, for the maiden voyage, Blair was not required on board and when he left the ship he did not inform anybody of the location of the binoculars.
However, it is likely that binoculars would not have helped to save Titanic as they are of limited use in the conditions found on the night of 14th April 1912.