a new era of


deep sea travel experiences for citizen explorers 



great Bahama bank expedition

OceanGate Expeditions will dive to 487 meters (1,600 ft), depths far beyond the reach of SCUBA near the Great Bahama Bank to research sharks, whales, shipwrecks, and deep marine biology. This remarkable and protected area is home to an abundance of rare and unique sea creatures, including Cuvier’s and Blainville’s beaked whales, deep-dwelling sharks, and historic shipwrecks.


join a DIVE

Participating members of the public, known as mission specialists, help underwrite unique research expeditions throughout the world, and actively support in the mission by performing hands-on roles side by side with the expedition crew of pilots, scientists and content experts.

Onboard the topside support ship, you’ll help the mission director with communications and tracking, assist the team with sub maintenance and dive planning, and support the science team by cataloging historical and biological discoveries.

During your dive, you’ll descend to into the depths of the ocean to explore a completely foreign world as you assist the pilot with navigation and communication. Through the large viewport, you will observe and document marine life, or use your personal tablet to monitor the exterior cameras which provide nearly a 180-degree view of your surroundings.

The Experience

titanic survey expedition

Beginning in 2021, join our team of explorers for a dive 3,800 meters below the surface of the North Atlantic to the wreck site of the RMS Titanic. Actively participate as a member of the team as we digitally document and preserve the historic wreck site and debris field.

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FUTURE Expeditions


Create your own exclusive deep dive experience nearly anywhere in the world and discover never before seen marine life, shipwrecks and ecosystems.  

Hydrothermal Vents

Far beyond where any light can penetrate hydrothermal vents are hosts to complex biological communities fueled by the chemicals dissolved in the vent fluids.


Over the years, war and bad weather have brought many unfortunate ships and planes to rest along the Croatian coast creating a unique underwater museum unlike anywhere in the world. 

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