You will be able to dive the wreckage of the Titanic soon
Getting up close to the Titanic is about to be a lot more personal than seeing photos or the movie.
A London-based travel company has announced that they are launching an eight-day trip that will be taking travelers down 13,000 feet to see the wreckage of the famous ship.
In 2018, Blue Marble Private will take 9 people at a time on a journey beginning in Canada. The submarine trip is weather dependent weather and once on board, the submarine will begin the trip down into the ocean.
The company advertises: "Reaching depths of [13,000 feet] in a specially designed titanium and carbon fibre submersible, guided by a crew of experts, you will glide over the ship’s deck and famous grand staircase capturing a view that very few have seen, or ever will."
Dives will then take place throughout the day and night and guests will participate by using the undersea navigation system and helping underwater communication, according to The Telegraph. After the dive, there will be lectures, discussions and mission updates.
To get yourself a ticket on this trip, you will need to have a spare $149,352, which as they point out, is the equivalent to the $6,179 a first-class passenger would have paid to go on the Titanic's 1912 maiden voyage - the prices were adjusted for inflation.