The eight-day journey sets off from Canada and will transport visitors to the mighty vessel's final resting place, more than 4,000 metres below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.
RMS Titanic - touted as an 'unsinkable ship' - collided with an iceberg on 14th April 1912, just four days into her maiden voyage from England to the US, taking more than 1,500 lives.
London-based travel company Blue Marble Private begins dives to the wreck site in May 2018.
The first voyage is already fully booked, despite the experience costing USD 105,129 per person. According to the company, this is the equivalent (after inflation) to a first class passage USD 4,350 on RMS Titanic's inaugural voyage.
They will explore the remains of the 269-metre-long ship, taking in the deck, the bow, the bridge and the cavern where the grand staircase was once located.
There'll also be the opportunity to "explore Titanic's massive debris field, home to numerous artifacts strewn across the ocean floor, nearly undisturbed for over a century," said Elizabeth Ellis, founder of Blue Marble Private.
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