Oceangate, which owned the Titan submersible that exploded on June 18 — killing all five passengers on board — has deleted its website and social media handles. The website its Exploration pages Now the company says it has “suspended all exploration and commercial activities”, while its social media handles have disappeared from the internet.
This happened after a few days The suspension was announced by the company of its exploratory missions. On July 7, the top of the company’s official website said, “Oceangate has suspended all exploration and commercial operations.”
The US-based company has been under the scanner, especially since emails and messages between experts and Oceangate CEO Stockton Rush – one of the five people on board – have gone viral, revealing the CEO dismissed repeated warnings that the submarine was unsafe.
What was the disaster?
The Titanic submersible went missing on June 18, less than two hours after it began its journey to explore the wreckage of the famous Titanic, which sank in 1912. Days later, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed that the submarine had exploded and recovered its wreckage from the deep sea. . Authorities recovered what they called “human remains” from the Titan wreckage.
Who was on board?
There were five people aboard the Titan submersible – British billionaire businessman Hamish Harding, British father and son Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, Oceangate CEO Stockton Rush with roots in one of Pakistan’s richest families, and former French Navy diver Paul-Henri Nurgellet.