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Unveiling the 2024 Titanic Expedition: Cutting-Edge Imaging and Historic Discoveries Await!

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RMS Titanic, Inc., the current caretaker of the RMS Titanic, has unveiled its eagerly awaited 2024 Imaging and Research Expedition.

Set to embark in May, this expedition will employ cutting-edge imaging technology and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to capture highly detailed, high-resolution images of the Titanic, its wreck site, and the surrounding debris field. This pioneering mission aims to provide RMS Titanic, Inc. with a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the wreck site and to gather detailed assessments of artifacts suitable for future recovery.

Sea to Sky

In collaboration with leading imaging companies, RMS Titanic, Inc. will utilize the latest underwater imaging technologies and techniques to document the latest developments surrounding the wreck site and debris field. The images obtained will offer valuable insights into the site’s condition, supporting ongoing research efforts and educational initiatives.

“As a company, our primary goal is to preserve the legacy of the Titanic, its passengers, and crew for future generations. This mission has taken on even greater significance following the tragic loss of our esteemed colleague and Titanic expert, PH Nargeolet, last June,” said Jessica Sanders, President of RMS Titanic, Inc. “This ambitious endeavor will enable us to meticulously document the Titanic and share new discoveries with the public, honoring PH’s extraordinary contributions.”

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Leading the expedition are David Gallo, Ph.D., Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives, and Troy Launay, President of TR LaunaY Inc., leveraging their extensive deep-water expertise. Expert underwater cinematographer Evan Kovacs will head the imaging team, while Rory Golden, a diver and instructor who participated in the Company’s 2000 expedition, will serve as the expedition’s Chief Morale Officer. C-Innovation, in partnership with the company, will provide vessel and subsea equipment, contributing their deep-sea operations expertise.

David Sheetz, Vice President of C-Innovation, expressed excitement about the opportunity to be part of the Titanic’s exploration, emphasizing their commitment to advancing discovery and understanding of this historic vessel.

The expedition’s research findings will enhance the company’s educational and outreach resources, offering valuable interdisciplinary lessons to schools and students nationwide, inspiring the next generation of explorers.

About RMS Titanic, Inc:

RMS Titanic, Inc. (RMST), as the current caretaker of the Titanic, is authorized to recover artifacts from the wreck site. Over eight expeditions, the company has conducted respectful recoveries, retrieving approximately 5,500 artifacts. Their exhibitions have been viewed by over 30 million people. Learn more at https://www.discovertitanic.com

About C-Innovation:

C-Innovation (C-I), an affiliate of Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO), provides integrated marine services globally, specializing in advanced subsea solutions such as ROV and AUV systems, subsea construction, engineering support, survey services, and more.



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