Underwater Tours to the Titanic’s Wreckage Will Start Next Spring and Is Going to Be Pricey
Underwater trips to see the Titanic’s Wreckage will start next spring and are going to be pricey! Find out how much money you need!
An UK tour company is offering tours to the Titanic in a submarine, where you can explore vast areas of the ship, but it comes to a price.
The underwater trips to the Titanic will start next spring and it is going to be as expensive as a car.
Titanic sank on April 14th 1912 to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, at just two hours after its unfortunate collision with an iceberg.
The ship is now at the depth of 13,000 feet and you can visit thanks to this tour company!
Its story has been romanticized by many, but James Cameron’s Titanic is by far the most famous one.
Now you get the chance to see the ship that sank 105 years ago thanks to this luxury travel company based in London.
They are offering eight-day trips to the spot where Titanic is located, which will culminate in deep-sea tours of the wreckage.
Called Blue Marble Private, the luxury travel company plans to launch its tours next spring. The journey will be available to just nine people at a time, the next May.
If you are interested let me tell you that the journey of your life will start with a helicopter ride from St. John’s, a city that is based on an island of Newfoundland, Canada.
The next stop will be a yacht located near the Titanic’s wreckage, where you will be able to find out more about the ship from explorers, scientists, and an expedition crew.
If you want, there are also orientation sessions about deep sea diving, which will teach you how to operate sonars and use underwater navigation systems.
The next three to six days of the trip you will have the opportunity to travel to the depths of the ocean in a “specially designed titanium and carbon fiber submersible”, according to the company’s website.
The advanced equipment will allow you to “glide over the ship’s deck and famous grand staircase capturing a view that very few have seen, or ever will.”
The expedition is part of a larger scientific expedition run by OceanGate Expeditions with the aim of making the first 3D images of the Titanic in a long time, and documenting the current conditions of the ships.
You and your friends will serve as “mission specialists” and the fees for the journey will help found the team’s research.
The cost of such unique experience is $105,129 per person. When you adjust for inflation, the number is just about equal to the price of a first-class ticket for the Titanic’s maiden journey in 1912.
So, would you like to experience the journey of your life?