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After More Than 100 Years, Tourists Can Visit the Wreck of the Titanic

By Poundtravel

wreck of the titanicNearly 105 years after the sinking of the most luxurious ships in the world, a submarine trip to the wreck of the Titanic seems to be the new attraction among tourists. Relying on the fact that the ship will not be visible soon, organizers set fabulous prices.

Wreck of the RMS Titanic – Wikipedia The wreck of the RMS Titanic is located about 370 miles (600 km) south- southeast off the coast ….. On 14 April 2012 (the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking), the wreck of the Titanic became eligible for protection as a UNESCO World … At a depth of 4,000 meters underwater, the Titanic continues to captivate tourists, after more than 100 years ago sank in the North Atlantic seafloor writes newshub.co.nz. London Blue Marble Private company lay the foundation for new tourism experiences scheduled for next year. The trip lasting eight days is priced at over $ 140,000, including diving experience of three hours per day for three days. “During the dive, the crew can perform 2D and 3D sound scans, searching with tourists inside the famous sunken ship,” said Elizabeth Ellis, founder. Places have already been exhausted According to CNN , places first trip have already been exhausted. Scuba diving can be limited, however, after a study conducted in 2016 revealed that the wreck is still contaminated with bacteria extremophiles for a further period of 15 to 20 years. Groups of tourists will consist of up to nine people and will be accompanied by scientists who will provide information about what is to discover the North Atlantic Ocean. Unseen Titanic Here, in the sweep of a computer mouse, is the entire wreck of the Titanic—every bollard, every davit, every boiler. What was once a largely indecipherable …

Titanic wreck was discovered 32 years ago in a French-American expedition led by Robert Ballard. For those who can not afford the huge price of the trip, Titanic Museum of Ireland, which opened in 2012, can be visited for less than $ 30. Titanic sank off the island of Newfoundland after hitting an iceberg on the night of 14 to April 15 1912. The sinking resulted in over 1,500 deaths.


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