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Our Year of Exploration | 2022 Year in Review

Can you believe it’s almost the end of the year already? We can’t. Thank you for following us on our journey back to the Titanic and for helping us spread the word that the deep ocean is teeming with possibilities and new adventures. 

We completed our second Titanic Expedition, captured the first 8K video of the wreck, broadcast our story to the world on BBC and CBS, discovered a deep-sea coral garden, dove on sunken submarines with researchers from the University of Rhode Island, published a book and much more.

Let’s take a look back on 2022 before we dive into 2023.

We returned to the wreck

We are proud to say that we returned to the wreck this year to complete our second Titanic Expedition. Mission Specialists made seven dives to the wreck and came back with stunning imagery.

We also:

 

To everyone who made this possible — Mission Specialists, Horizon Maritime’s crew, our partners, and our crew on ship and on shore — thank you. 

First 8K video of Titanic hits 4 million views

Mission Specialists helped us capture the first 8K video of the Titanic that shows the wreck in incredible detail. The video made its way around the world and was our first piece to hit 4 million views on YouTube.

Titanic Expedition featured on BBC Travel Show, CBS Sunday Morning

We invited camera crews from BBC Travel Show and CBS Sunday Morning to join us for a mission on our Titanic Expedition to show the world what it’s really like to dive with us. You can watch the BBC Travel Show story part one here and part two here, and the CBS Sunday Morning piece here

Discovery of Nargeolet-Fanning Ridge

Titanic Expert PH Nargeolet had held on to a set of secret coordinates for more than two decades wondering — what was that strange blip on sonar near the Titanic?

After 26 years of questioning whether the blip was a shipwreck or geological feature, PH got his chance to dive on the site during our expedition this year, and explored the ridge that now provisionally carries his name. Read more about the discovery here and watch the dive footage here.

Diving a sunken Nazi U-Boat

We’re supporting a team of researchers at the University of Rhode Island in their efforts to document four historic submarines, including one Nazi Germany U-boat that we dove in April, to preserve this rich history for generations to come. 

Learn more here.

We published a book

You can now own a copy of the stunning underwater imagery we captured on our Titanic dives! The collector’s edition of our 2021 Titanic Expedition Photo Book showcases the best images. Purchase a copy here.

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • 150 total pages
  • 80 pages of wreck site photos from the 2021 Titanic Expedition
  • 10 bonus pages of wreck site photos from the 2022 Titanic Expedition
  • Each copy is personally signed by Titanic Expert PH Nargeolet and OceanGate Expeditions Chief Submersible Pilot Stockton Rush

 

We only printed 324 copies of the Collector’s Edition and have been thrilled by the positive response. Thank you to everyone who joined us on expedition and made this book possible.

Come dive with us in 2023

If you’re looking for a real adventure, we’d love to talk with you about our 2023 Titanic Expedition. Learn how you can dive with us here.