Caladan Oceanic Exploration Company made the first trip to the explorer to dive to the Titanic, discovering a partial collapse of the hull and seriously degraded captain's cabin.
Located at a depth of nearly 4,000m below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, in one degree of cold water, salt and bacteria eat metal that corrode parts of the Titanic structure.
The group of divers found the hull near the area of the starboard officers of the ship began to collapse, and the ship's luxury cabin also disintegrated.
At a depth of 4,000m below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, salt and bacteria eroded parts of the Titanic.(Photo: ATLANTIC PRODUCTIONS / PAINT).
Titanic historian, Park Stephenson, said that the ship's spoilage was "shocking" , adding: "The entire doorway on the deck on the right is collapsing and the deterioration continues at speed. The captain's bath is a favorite image of Titanic enthusiasts and is now gone. "
Scientist Lori Johnson raised the fear of wrecks that could be lost forever, he said: "The future of wrecks will continue to deteriorate over time, which is a natural process. This is a kind of micro The natural bacteria that corrode iron cause the process of disintegrating the wreck faster. "
The explorer Victor Vescovo, chief executive of Oceanic Caladan, said he "has not fully prepared" the spirit to see great ruins like this.
He added: "It is incredible to see all and the most wonderful moment came when I walked along the Titanic and the glow of the submarine reflected from a gate and returned right away - It's like a train winking at me.
However the glass windows are still good.(Photo: ATLANTIC PRODUCTIONS / PA).
By submarine, the explorers made five dives in eight days until the Titanic sank, located more than 595km south of Newfoundland, Canada.
It is known that the Titanic was built by Belfast's Harland and Wolff shipyard, having sunk after hitting an iceberg during the first trip from Southampton City to New York City in 1912, resulting in the deaths of more than 1,500 people. .