More than a century after the sinking of the Titanic, the most famous ocean liner in history continues to attract an endless halo of mystery and fascination, fueled in turn by one of the highest grossing films in Hollywood. “Titanic” was directed by James Cameron and Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet had the lead roles in a movie that showed people the ship’s one and only voyage.
For those who are nostalgic of this luxurious “ship of dreams“, their wish can finally be granted. And that is because they now have the great opportunity of a lifetime, as visiting Titanic’s remains in the bottom of the sea is possible, thanks to Bluefish company. Based in Los Angeles (USA), the company offers its customers a unique expedition in the Atlantic Ocean where the RMS Titanic lies, a trip which cost reaches $60,000 (around 45,000 euros).
Titanic enthusiasts will experience firsthand the history that thrilled and deeply moved thousands of people. You should hurry up if you want to be one of 20 privileged passengers that will depart from the port of St. John’s, the capital of the Newfoundland island in Canada. Get aboard the Akademik Keldysh, the Russian -owned ship from Shirshov Institute of Oceanology in Moscow, in a journey will take approximately 12 days.
Once in the area, on condition that the weather conditions are suitable, a small submarine will take you to more than 3,500 meters under the sea to see for yourself the remains of the Titanic, in a journey that takes between 11 and 12 hours. For the movie lovers, it will be like you saw it the film!
The price includes one night hotel in St. John’s, luxurious accommodation and meals on the boat that will take you to the vicinity of the wreck, various meetings and conferences to explain the operation of the equipment and the program to perform the immersion in the MIR, as well as several gifts and souvenirs inspired and based on the Titanic.
Bear in mind that Bluefish company specializes in providing unique experiences to its wealthy clientele, among which we also noted a walk around the North Pole or a “spacewalk” as a crew member over the “Virgin Galactic ” ship.