A submarine carried groups of tourists to see the wreckage of Titanic And disappeared In’Atlantic Oceanaway from the American continent. There boston coast guard Confirmed BBC That the search and rescue operation is on. Investigators – quoted by various US media, the Guardian and other British newspapers – estimate that there were “up to 5 people” on board.
in them too hamish hardingbritish billionaire who walked in spaceparticipating in the fifth commercial flight of blue corespace company jeff bezos, Harding wrote on social media over the weekend that he was “finally proud to announce” that he would participate in the mission, adding that “due to the worst winter in Newfoundland in 40 years, this mission may first and only mission crew on the Titanic in 2023″. Then on Sunday he returned to the posting: “One has just been opened weather window And tomorrow we will try to dive. Will board the submarine – writes the Guardian – the French too Paul Henri Nargolet, former ship commander, deep-sea diver and submarine pilot. Narjolet, director of the E/M Group and the Underwater Research Group for RMS Titanic, is considered the leading authority on the wreck site and it is possible that he answerable missing submarine
Part of a flotilla of underwater vehicles used by small submarines private companies to bring small groups of tourists into the depths of the sea to visit the seabed on which there are remains transatlantic, powered by travel oceangate campaign, The company said in a statement that it was exploring all possibilities to bring back the crew safely. “Our full attention is given to the members of the submarine’s crew and their families – reads a statement – we are deeply grateful forcomprehensive support which we have received from several government agencies and deep sea companies in our efforts to re-establish contact with the submersible.”
OceanGate Expeditions offers 8 days of diving for the cost of $250,000 per person. the famous wreck is located 3,800 m at the bottom of the Atlantic, about 600 kilometers off the coast of Newfoundland, in Canada, The passenger liner struck an iceberg in 1912 on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. Of the 2,200 passengers and crew aboard, over 1,500 had died. From 1985, the year the wreck was discovered, visits to the seashore are frequent. Not to mention the impetus given to the voyages by the film directed by James Cameron. Leonardo Dicaprio And Kate Winslet For which this year celebrated the 25th anniversary of its theatrical release.