Do you still sit down and watch Titanic every time it comes on (and cry a lot)? Are you more fascinated by this famous sinking boat than James Cameron is? Do you and your fiancé love history and being confined in small spaces together under water? And have you not found a place to take your honeymoon yet? Well, if you have two out of those four (especially the honeymoon one), boy, are you in luck. For the first time since 2012, eight-day dives at the site of the Titanic wreckage will be launching in the spring of 2018. That's right, you can officially have a Titanic honeymoon.
This would be quite an extraordinary honeymoon, guaranteed to impress even the most adventuresome of couples, as fewer than 200 people have seen this ship that sunk tragically on April 14, 1912, taking down 1,500 people with it.
Exploring the sunken Titanic wreckage does come with a hefty price tag, so it might be time to ask your guests for wedding gifts in the form of donations to your honeymoon. The cost for Dive the Titanic is $105,129 per person—um, times two, wow—for an eight-day tour starting in Newfoundland with Blue Marble Private in partnership with OceanGate Expeditions. Up to nine people at a time will be taken to explore the wreckage by helicopter or seaplane to a yacht, where they will then get to attend lectures and tutorials on the great history of the world’s most famous ship. Then they will board a submersible and go down about three miles to see the sunken Titanic.
For the couple who has seen everything, this could be an absolutely ideal honeymoon. Just don’t do what Rose did to Jack. There was enough room on that door for two of you, Rose.