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Underwater Trip to the Titanic Will Start Next Spring, But It’s Going to Cost Big Bucks

Illustration by Andrea Gatti—Titanic Survey ExpeditionIllustration by Andrea Gatti—Titanic Survey Expedition
Illustration by Andrea Gatti—Titanic Survey Expedition

People will soon be able to take part in an eight-day trip to visit the Titanic that includes close-up views of the damaged ship — but it’s not going to be cheap.

London-based tour operator Blue Marble Private announced their plans to take groups of nine on an underwater excursion to view the legendary boat in the spring of 2018, according to The Telegraph.

The destroyed Titanic has been at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean since it struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage in 1912, sinking about 12,500 feet down.

Blue Marble Private’s packages will include time on an expedition yacht, which will give tourists a good view of the wreckage site. But the underwater adventure is only going to be affordable to a select few though. A close-up of the wreck will cost $105,129 per person.