The living probability of the Titanic Submarine seems to go in decimals as the fate of the five passengers who were on board diminishes comparably to the November 2019 Templar MV sinking in Uganda leaving scores dead.
According to OceanGAte Expeditions a company that runs the tours informed Coastal Gurds that the submersible had only approximately 96 hours of oxygen left by that time which means it could now be depleted, officials fear the craft’s oxygen supply could have run out today morning.
Constant search has been underway since Sunday when the submarine carrying 5 passengers vanished underwater while on an expedition to explore the wreckage of the Titanic. A US Navy salvage system which is capable of retrieving objects as far as down on the bottom of the ocean is said to have reached Saint John’s, Newfoundland, the Campusa Magazine is yet to verify if it has left yet for the site in the North Atlantic for further vigorous search exercise.
Identities of the passengers that were on board includes a British businessman Hamish Harding, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his teenage son, Suleman, and French explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet. Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate, the company that operates the vessel is also claimed to be on board.
According to OceanGate the billed trip was an opportunity to “become one of the few to see the Titanic with your own eyes.” The company said the fee for securing a seat on the vessel was $250,000, according to its website. The trip wasn’t billed as mere tourism.
The real Titanic which was launched on May 31, 1911, and set sail on its maiden voyage from Southampton on April 10, 1912, with 2,240 passengers and crew on board sunk on April 15, 1912, after striking an iceberg, Titanic broke apart and sank to the bottom of the ocean, taking with it the lives of more than 1,500 passengers and crew.