Learn more about the famous North Atlantic wreck of the Titanic in Everett, Washington Ocean Gate Video taken with the Titan submersible shows that the ship is “deteriorating rapidly.”
“These changes are unique and significant, including missing Gorgon Hydroid Tracks from the bow, “OceanGate reported this week after the Titans last dived to a depth of 12,500 feet.
Ocean Gate Adventure Infiltrated the Titanic for the first time last month and sent back images showing fragments of the ocean floor, such as the frame of stained glass windows and the floor tiles of the ocean liner.
OceanGate is conducting multiple dives and using 3-D imaging technology to record the conditions of the sunken ship in detail. In 2019, another diving team reported that the deterioration of the Titanic appeared to be accelerating.
OceanGate stated that it will review all videos, sonar and 3D laser scanning with experts to assess the deterioration, and will continue to work hard after the team returns to its home port. For many years, no one has recorded the shipwreck accident year by year. OceanGate said that this is the beginning of this year. The observations so far have mainly come from past dive shots, which do not match the quality currently captured by OceanGate.
Here are the three latest videos shared by OceanGate this week:
- A 16-second video of the Titanic facing the stern, showing part of the first-class balcony:
- A 12-second video of the collapse of the foremast of the Titanic a few years ago:
- A 10-second video of the remote control motor of the Titanic, where the ship’s wheels were once:
In 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage from England to New York.
The death of this ship and the more than 1,500 people on board—plus the rediscovery of the shipwreck in 1985—makes the legend of the Titanic one of the most famous maritime tragedies in history.
Including the latest Titan Dive PH Naggiolet As one of the experts of the expedition. The Ocean Gate pointed out that nearly 34 years have passed since Nagyole first dived to the Titanic. Known as the “greatest explorer” of the Titanic, this former French naval commander was a member of the six expeditions to the wreck site (1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2010). Leader and responsible for the retrieval of more than 5,500 Titanic artifacts.
OceanGate plans to end its Titanic survey expedition on Saturday. The mission will continue in the next few years to fully document the wreckage.
Next, OceanGate will go to Hudson Gorge Deep Sea Discovery Tour In September and Grand Bahama Bank Adventure Early 2022.