A April 10, 1912, photo shows the Titanic leaving Southampton, England on her maiden voyage. The ship collided with an iceberg on April 15.
With the large-scale commercial trips to the moon is still a ways off, what a well-heeled traveler in search of adventure? A London outfit is the proposals of the bottom of the sea.
Blue Marble will begin expeditions to the final resting place of the Titanic in May 2018. Groups of nine people can sign up for a visit to the grave of the world’s most famous shipwreck 12,500 feet beneath the North Atlantic, Business Insider reports.
From a titanium and carbon fiber submersible that can descend to a depth of 13,100 feet, divers will be taken for a dive more than the liner deck and the famous grand staircase.
The Telegraph reports that the eye-popping price tag of $105,129 per person is the equivalent in current dollars to $4,350 a first-class passenger would have paid for a berth on the Titanic, his first—and only—voyage in April 1912 from Southampton to New York.
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icipants can expect Titanic-level luxury during the eight-day trip. A helicopter or seaplane ride will take them from St. John’s, Newfoundland, a yacht over the place where the ship against an iceberg and sank.
If the weather permits, the small sub can take up to three people to the wreck, day and night, accompanied by a pilot, and the depth of the ocean expert.
The travel will be the first time since 2005, the citizens are allowed to visit is the exclusive site of the Telegraph notes, has seen fewer visitors than a trip to the space or the Mount Everest.
The timing may be right: Scientists think that the wreck will disappear in a matter of decades, thanks to bacteria now reduce the rust, reports the BBC.
(Was the Titanic doomed before it hit the iceberg?)
This article originally appeared on Newser: Trips to Titanic Begins in 2018