New Never Before Released Footage of Titanic
New never-before-released images of the sunken wreck of the Titanic have been shared. The published hour-and-a-half video shows an expedition dive in 1986.
The Woods Hole Institution of Oceanography has released new never-before-seen images of the Titanic. The video uploaded to the YouTube channel was shared on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of James Cameron’s Oscar-winning movie Titanic.
The images were taken by researchers from the Oceanographic Institute in July 1986. The ship’s wreck is manned diver Alvin and remote-controlled Jason Jr. It was recorded at a depth of about 3 km from the surface of the Atlantic Ocean with the vehicle. The 1 hour 21 minute video shows the ship from many angles.
Reveals the Ship’s Wreck
Rare never-before-released images reveal many elements of the ship’s hull and upper deck. It is also possible to see some decor and interior decoration items. The image quality is quite low, but according to the shooting year and conditions, this is quite normal. The wreckage of the Titanic is located at a depth of 3,750 meters.
The British transatlantic cruise liner Titanic was the largest ship in world history at the beginning of the last century. During her maiden voyage in the Atlantic Ocean, on the night of April 14-15, 1912, she struck an iceberg and sank. The ship, which had sailed from Southampton, was bound for New York. The disaster took the lives of 1,496 people.