It’s been over 100 years since the RMS Titanic sank, but people are still heavily intrigued by the boat and its voyage that ended in tragedy.
The Titanic sank four days into its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City.
While many read books and articles on the boat and visit museums, there is a new exciting thing to do. Actually visit the wreck.
Travelers will have the chane to visit the wreck up close and personal on a custom-designed submersible made of titanium and carbon fiber.
A London-based luxury travel company will take nine passengers and a crew of experts some 13,000 feet below the surface of the sea, where the group will glide over the most famous shipwreck in history.
“Far fewer people have visited the wreck of the Titanic in a manned submersible than the number who have been to space or summited Everest,” reads the itinerary from Blue Marble Private.
The company focuses on making bucket-list experiences for billionaires.
The trip would be an eight-day journey that costs $105,129 a piece. Ironically, the cost of the journey is equivalent to a first-class ticket on the Titanic, $4,350, after inflation.
The first trip is planned for May 2018, with additional dives slated for summer 2019.