Updates on the Titanic Sub-Crew

The vanished Titanic Submersible is still being searched for. They had been travelling for two hours when the submarine stopped replying.

News reports have revealed that the Titan submarine, owned by OceanGate Expeditions, has exploded in the Atlantic Ocean. The submersible set off on an excursion to investigate the Titanic debris off the shores of Newfoundland on the 18th of June but just over two hours afterwards it lost contact. The opulent excursion included a known Titanic specialist, a world record-holding explorer, two members of one of Pakistan’s richest households, and the company’s CEO. On Sunday, 18 June, the Coast Guard joined forces with deep-sea water specialists from Canada, the UK, and France to launch a search mission for the Titan submersible, sparking a desperate multinational rescue attempt. However, following the implosion in the North Atlantic’s deep waters, the Coast Guard verified there were not any survivors.

Ex OceanGate Expeditions head highlighted concerns about the stability of Titanic in the submarine

A gathering of submersible industry professionals in 2018 voiced concerns about Titan’s reliability. Later that year, a suit filed by OceanGate’s previous director of maritime operations raised similar concerns.

In a complaint filed in 2018, the previous director of maritime operations for OceanGate Expeditions, David Lochridge, claimed that he was let go for raising worries regarding the organization’s experimental and unproven construction of the vessel.

The British Asian Trust expresses sympathy for Dawood’s father and son’s passing

Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, who was travelling aboard a submersible headed for the Titanic, were remembered with condolences by The British Asian. The Titan submersible’s tragic implosion this week claimed the lives of five people, including a Pakistani entrepreneur and his kid.

The British Asian Trust stated in a tweet, “The British Asian Trust is deeply saddened by the tragic news that our supporter Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman have passed away. They were on board the missing submarine that set off to see the wreck of the Titanic…Shahzada was a wonderful and generous man who supported our work in South Asia for many years, while his son was just emerging into adulthood with a promising future ahead. Our hearts and prayers are with family and friends at this unimaginable time of grief and loss. Our deepest condolences to them and everyone else who lost loved ones in this terrible incident”.

Where has the Titan submersible disappeared?

Within one hour and forty-five minutes, after the Titan submersible sank beneath the surface of the ocean, all connection was lost. Around 435 miles (700 km) south of St. John’s, Newfoundland, the Titan ship was noted as being late. The Canadian Coast Guard used to manage the icebreaker that OceanGate leased to send out the Titan. To the North Atlantic shipwreck location, where the Titan has done numerous dives, it has transported dozens of passengers as well as the submersible vessel.

What occurred on the Titanic submarine?

All five people aboard the Titan submarine perished in a tragic explosion. When and when exactly the implosion took place is still unknown. However, the US Navy officer claimed that the Titan’s catastrophic implosion was probably the “anomaly” Sunday that the hearing equipment had picked up on. The wreckage was found yesterday by Canada’s deep-sea robot close to the Titanic shipwreck.

The Coast Guard declared the conclusion of the rescue operation after discovering submersible wreckage.

Searchers are looking for Titan submarine debris on the ocean floor

On Friday, as researchers looked for clues as to what caused the implosion, they also continued to explore the ocean below for Titan submersible debris. Remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) will continue to gather data from the ocean below, according to the US Coast Guard.

At a distance of 1,600 feet from the Titanic ship, the ROVs have so far discovered five distinct large chunks of Titan’s wreckage.

Submarine Titanic: OpenGate mourns the loss of five guests

The Titan submersible’s technician, OpenGate, expressed its “hearts are with these five souls and every member of their families during this tragic time.”

The organisation said in an announcement that “these men were true explorers who shared a distinct spirit of adventure, and a deep passion for exploring and protecting the world’s oceans.”

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Officials say the collapse of the Titan submersible is a critical issue that needs to be investigated

The US Navy Coast Guard has stated that the investigation into the disappearance of a Titan submersible has changed into a salvage operation that will take an unlimited amount of time.

He described the Titan implosion as a “difficult situation” and added, “I know there are a lot of questions regarding how, why, and when this happened. We will now gather as much evidence as we can concerning those queries. People from several nations were involved, and it took place in a distant area of the ocean.

Experts fear that bodies may not be found

The US Coastal Guard discovered the Titan submersible’s debris on Thursday night 1,600 feet away from the Titanic’s crash. It had been missing for four days. The expedition’s five crew members have all been confirmed as deceased. Although experts predict that the corpses of the deceased won’t be found, the coastline guard has kept up its search effort. To investigate the Titanic shipwreck, Amish Harding, Paul-Henri Nargeolet, Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman Dawood, and Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate, travelled to Newfoundland.

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