Days after the ‘Catastrophic Implosion’ of the Titan Sub, OceanGate promotes the next sailing of the Titanic

OceanGate, the firm in charge of running the Titan submersible, continues to advertise upcoming trips to the Titanic wreckage on their website despite the sad event involving the ill-fated Titan submersible that led to the death of all five passengers. The business has chosen two unique weeks, June 12–20 and June 21–29, for these excursions in order to promote vacations planned for 2024. A submersible drive, private quarters, adventure equipment, all meals served on board, and thorough instruction are all included in the offered package. This one-of-a-kind experience is priced at Rs. 2.03 crore per participant.

The first day of the excursion to the Titanic ruin entails traveling to St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, where participants meet the expedition team and board the ship, according to the information on OceanGate’s website. Arrive in the coastal city of St. John’s to meet your expedition team and board the ship that will transport you to the RMS Titanic’s ruin, as stated in the description.

As they travel 400 nautical miles across the North Atlantic to the crash site on the second day, participants will have the chance to get to know the operational vessel. next the voyage, the next four days will be devoted to the actual expedition, during which participants will descend onboard the Titan submarine to the 12,500-foot-deep wreck, where pieces and “presumed human remains” were recovered on Wednesday.

A 77-year-old Frenchman named Paul-Henri Nargeolet was listed on the website as one of the “content experts” for the Titanic expedition. He would be there to provide knowledge on significant aspects of the Titanic disaster and the local marine life, according to the job description. Nargeolet, however, was one of the five people who sadly perished in the submarine’s ‘catastrophic implosion’ last week.

The OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, 61, the British millionaire Hamish Harding, 58, the well-known Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his 19-year-old son Sulaiman Dawood were among the other victims of the June 18 sub catastrophe.

OceanGate has posted a job for a submersible pilot position on their website during the hunt for the missing submersible. The business eventually opted to take down the job posting, nevertheless, in response to strong criticism.




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