PHOTO: A rendering of the Titanic. (photo courtesy of Thinkstock)
If you’ve ever wanted to see the Titanic in real life, next year may be your year.
According to an article in the Robb Report, tours will begin being offered that take guests down to the wreckage next year.
“Starting next May, London-based luxury travel company Blue Marble Private will take groups of up to nine explorers at a time to see the hallowed remains of the historic ship,” writes Rebekah Bell.
The eight-day tour will take guests down to the ship on submersibles on a journey created in conjunction with OceanGate, Inc.
And, North American travelers don’t even have to venture very far to set off.
“After embarking from Canada by helicopter or seaplane, travelers will be flown to an expedition support yacht above the Titanic’s final resting place in the North Atlantic Ocean,” says Bell.
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The trip costs $105,129 per person, which is equivalent to a first-class passage ($4,350) on the Titanic’s ill-fated maiden voyage, after adjusting for inflation.
To find out more about this amazing journey, read on here.