Firm set for Titanic tour
TOURISTS will be able to travel two-and-a-half miles under the Atlantic to see the final resting place of doomed liner Titanic.
Among those who have already signed up for the trip are a London banker and a doctor from Missouri.
Deep Ocean Expeditions are expecting to take 80 people to the ship on the centenary of the sinking next year.
Just two visitors can go down at a time and it takes two hours to descend to famous wreck, which was only discovered in 1985.
But the £39,000 trips could cause controversy as the spot is also the resting place for the 1,517 people who died on April 14, 1912.
But Rob Mccallum, the expedition leader, said it would be the only time the firm took tourists to the spot.