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  1. The Titan Submersible Disaster Shocked the World. The Exclusive Inside Story Is More Disturbing Than Anyone Imagined

    A year after OceanGate’s sub imploded, thousands of leaked documents and interviews with ex-employees reveal how the company’s CEO cut corners, ignored warnings, and lied in his fatal quest to reach the Titanic. By Mark Harris The Ocean Sciences Building at the University of Washin
  2. Another manned submersible trip to the Titanic is being planned. A year after the fatal implosion, just how safe are today’s vessels?

    Nearly a year after a submersible carrying five passengers imploded en route to the wreckage of the Titanic, another manned deep dive in the North Atlantic is reportedly in the works. The billionaire-funded trip would take two men — Larry Connor, a real estate investor, and Patric
  3. Design for billionaire's new Titanic sub has everyone thinking the same thing

    By Harriet Brewis The design for a submersible that will carry tech billionaire Larry Connor down to the Titanic has been met with concern and many, many questions. Connor announced his plans to dive down to the iconic shipwreck almost exactly a year on from the OceanGate disaster
  4. State-of-the-Art Submersibles to Explore Titanic Wreck Under Larry Connor’s Project

    By Brian Ajon Real estate mogul Larry Connor is set to take another daring underwater journey to the Titanic crash site Named the Triton 4000/2 Abyssal Explorer, the KSh 2.6 billion state-of-the-art submersibles will go on repeated voyages to extreme depths His project brings back m
  5. Another billionaire—a real estate mogul and astronaut—is planning a submarine dive to Titanic despite OceanGate implosion that killed 5 last year

    By Eleanor Pringle An Ohio billionaire is planning a deep-sea dive to the wreckage of the Titanic in 2026, with the help of a submersibles company that specializes in ultra-deep diving equipment. The voyage by Larry Connor, the founder of luxury real estate investment firm the Conn
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  7. Adding Clarity To The Law Of The Sea

    “Adopted in 1982, the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a vital treaty instrument setting out the rules that govern the use of the world’s oceans and their resources… The oceans cover more than 70 % of the Earth’s surface. It is an invaluable resource tha