MEET TITAN

The world’s only 5-person submersible capable of reaching 3,000 meters, with an unrivaled view.

Titan, the world’s only 5-person manned submersible capable of reaching 3,000 meters, is available for deep-sea exploration around the world. 

Ushering in a new era of deep sea exploration, Titan is making it possible for individuals, researchers, and scientists to observe our planet’s most valuable resources from an entirely new perspective. Constructed of titanium and filament wound carbon fiber, the innovative vessel provides a safe and comfortable space proven to withstand the enormous pressures of the deep ocean.

Check out some footage from recent expeditions with Titan

UNRIVALED
VIEW

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, Titan provides an unrivaled view of the deep ocean. In addition to its viewport, Titan's exterior cameras provide a constant live view of the outside environment. Crew members can access each external camera view from within the submersible on a large digital display, or on a personal hand-held tablet. With the click of a button on their personal tablets, each Mission Specialist can change the camera angle, monitor the sonar, or view preloaded images of deep sea species, and the Titanic as they experience an entirely foreign world that only a handful of people have had the privilege to experience.

TECHNOLOGY
AND COMFORT

Throughout the dive, crew members have the option to rotate seating positions, as well as take turns stretching out. The breathable air on board is recycled in a manner similar to that used aboard spacecraft. Regardless of the dive depth, the air pressure inside the submersible remains constant and equal to the one atmosphere of pressure we experience at sea level, eliminating the need for decompression during the ascent.

Depth:

3,000 meters
(9,842.52 feet)

Dimensions:

670 cm x 280 cm x 250 cm
(22 ft x 9.2 ft x 8.3 ft high)

Weight:

10,432 kg (23,000 lbs)

Payload:

685 kg (1,510 lbs)

Propulsion:

Four Innerspace 1002
electric thrusters

submersible Speed:

3 knots

Life Support:

96 hrs (for 5 crew)

Carbon fiber hull

12.7 cm (5 in.) thick

Largest view port

53cm (21 in.) diameter

Ascent/descent rate

50 meters/min.
(164 feet/min.)

Safety System

Integrated launch/
recovery system

accessibility

Comfortable dome
entry/exit

OceanGate Inc. was founded in 2009 as a privately owned company to open the oceans using advanced manned submersibles.

Learn more about us and our subs

We are the industry leader in the safe operation of manned submersibles for shallow and deep-water applications. OceanGate has invested significant resources in the research, development and manufacturing of the next generation of manned submersibles for commercial, scientific and military projects.

The use of Titan for the Titanic Survey Expedition is a monumental milestone in our effort to challenge the status quo, open the oceans, and gain a better understanding of the unknown world through technology, innovation, and adventure.

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