Handful Of People Who Went Down To Titanic Recount Terrifying Trip


The stories of those who have survived the Titanic submersible rescue and search operation are shared.
Stockton Rush is the CEO of OceanGate Expeditions and one of five people lost in Atlantic Ocean. Stockton Rush, CEO of OceanGate Expeditions, is one of five people who have been lost in the Atlantic Ocean.

Arthur Loibl is 60 years old and made the trip in 2021. Loibl dived 12,000 feet. Loibl, Rush and French Titanic expert Paul Henry Nargeolet traveled to France for $110,000.

Loibl told the German magazine Bild: “I was very lucky at that time. ”

Loibl said that it was a suicide mission back then. Loibl said that the submersible failed to function and that a dive at 1,600 meters had to be abandoned. Loibl stated that anyone who undertakes this journey needs strength.

He said that he was not claustrophobic and needed to have strong nerves. You also have to be able to sit cross-legged for 10 hours on a chair. There’s only 2,50m2 available. It’s 4 degrees. No toilet and no chair. ”

Loibl was not the first person to visit the Titanic wreckage and tell about his experience. Michael Guillen from the BBC did so in a Russian submarine more than 20 year ago. He said that the submersible almost became trapped by the Titanic after it was captured.

The Titanic split into two parts when it sank. The bow section fell straight downward.

Guillen reports that he observed the propeller moving closer and closer to his submarine.

It was made of brass, which is a material that doesn’t corrode. I thought the propeller was gleaming because it wasn’t like the others. I also noticed we were going faster than usual. I thought we should have slowed down.

Guillen told the audience that his craft had been hit by a powerful underwater current.

We felt the collision and were stuck behind the propellers. Guillen remembered that the Titanic pieces began falling on us. I’ll never forget these words.

He said, “By God’s grace and the skillful former MiG Pilot pilot… he was finally able to extricate in the better part of an hour. ”

“It’s an experience I won’t forget, and my heart goes out to those who have lost their way. “I feel sick to my stomach when I think about those poor people,” said he, adding tears.