know More About The 5 Billionaires who Paid $250,000 Each to Tour the Titanic Ship But Later Died

    • The submarine that was built to tour the sunken Titanic ship went missing on sunday18 June 2023.
    • It had five people on the board Namely: Shahzada and his son Suleman Dawood, Harmish Harding, Paul-Henry Nargeolet, and Stockton Rush.
    • They were traveling to see the mysterious Titanic ship which sank in 1912 killing 1500 people.

Along search of five Billionaires concluded on Thursday after debris from the submarine known as Titan was found around 1600 feet from the historic wreckage of the Titan and it was reported that all the passengers died, officials said they found parts of the wreckage of the Titanic.

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The CEO of the sub-marine company, a British billionaire explorer, a French diver, and father and son were all on board, and here is what to know about them.

Shahzada 48 and Suleman Dawood 19

Mr. Dawood 48, is a British Pakistan businessman. he was the vice chairman of Engro Corporation, a conglomerate owned by one of the richest Pakistan families. his work focused on renewable energy and technology according to the statement from his family. Mr. Shahzada was traveling on the sub with his son Suleman who was a student.

His family said Shahzada was interested in exploring different natural habitats and had previously spoken at both the united nations and the oxford union.

Harmish Harding 58

He is the  British adventurer who ran action aviation, a Dubai-based private jet dealership, and completed several exploration feats.

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He held three Guinness world records, including the longest time spent at full ocean depth during a dive to the deepest part of the Mariana Trench.

Paul-Henry Nargeolet 77

He is a former French Navy diver. he was director of underwater research at a company that owns the rights to the Titanic Wrec.

According to a company profile, Mr. Nargeolet supervised the recovery of thousands of Titanic artifacts, including the big piece, a 20-tonne section of the boat’s hull.

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