OceanGate still advertising Titanic trips after ‘catastrophic implosion’ of Titan sub : Despite the ‘ catastrophic collapse ‘ of the Titan submarine, OceanGate is still offering holiday packages aboard the Titanic.
OceanGate Expeditions’ submarine burst more than ten days ago when it was on its way to the Titanic tragedy, killing all five people onboard. Despite this, the company’s website is still advertising tours of the remnants of the submarine.
According to the website, the company specializing in underwater research will spend $200,000 on two expeditions to the Titanic in 2024. The first voyage will occur from June 12–20, while the second will occur from June 21–29.
OceanGate claims that the price includes one dive in a submersible, private housing, all required training, expedition equipment, and all meals on board.
OceanGate Tours, the company whose submersible detonated while it was visiting the Titanic and killed all five people on board, continues to offer excursions to the famous wreck on their website even after the accident that killed them all.
On the schedule for the first day in Newfoundland, Canada, it is said that you will “Arrive in the seaside city of St. John’s to meet your expedition crew and board the vessel that will take you to the wreck of the RMS Titanic.”
You will get a taste of what it is like to live onboard a functional ship as we set sail on our journey to the accident site, covering a total distance of 400 nautical miles.
The firm describes the second day as the travel across the North Atlantic to the diving spot, followed by the genuine expedition to the wreck at a depth of 12,500 feet over the following four days aboard the Titan. Fragments of the ship were gathered on Wednesday, along with “presumed human remains.”
According to the website of OceanGate Tours, the company whose submersible detonated while transporting five guests, will be offering two excursions to the iconic wreck in 2024.
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