February 29, 2024

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OceanGate Expeditions remains to be promoting journeys to the Titanic shipwreck, greater than 10 days after the Titan submersible imploded whereas making the identical journey.

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The eight-day journey begins at St. John, N.L., the place passengers meet the crew and “board the vessel that can take you to the wreck of the RMS Titanic,” based on the itinerary.

“You’ll familiarize your self with life on a working vessel as we start the 400-nautical-mile-journey to the wreck web site.”

On the web site of the Titanic wreckage, an knowledgeable on board “will level out key options, be they of the wreck itself or the life that calls this nook of the ocean house,” the corporate says.

“Get pleasure from hours of exploring the wreck and particles area earlier than making the two-hour ascent to the floor.”

Departure for the 2024 missions is listed for June 12 and June 21. In fact, it could possibly be that the corporate solely hasn’t gotten round to correcting the knowledge on its web site.

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The itemizing remains to be out there as of late Thursday morning.

OceanGate web site as of Thursday morning. Picture by OceanGate screengrab

Particles from the Titan have been salvaged on Wednesday, together with “presumed human stays,” the U.S. Coast Guard introduced.

One of many victims of the catastrophe, Paul-Henri Nargeolet, remains to be listed as an knowledgeable “who could be a part of you on the expedition.”

“Nargeolet is a famend Titanic knowledgeable, having led six expeditions to the Titanic wreck web site and lectured at quite a few Titanic exhibitions around the globe. He’s often known as ‘Titanic’s Best Explorer,’” his bio states.

The June 18 implosion additionally claimed the lives of Stockton Rush, Hamish Harding, Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son Sulaiman Dawood.

Rush has been closely criticized for ignoring warnings and considerations from business consultants, passengers and former staff as to the security of the Titan. Following an investigation into the doomed vessel, the U.S. Coast Guard stated it should subject a report on enhancing the security of submersibles worldwide.