Want to see the Titanic, up close and in person? In May, tourists will have the opportunity to visit the notorious shipwreck. Undersea exploration company OceanGate Expeditions has a series of six dives planned to visit the British passenger ship, which caused the deaths of 1,500 when it sunk in 1912. The Titanic dive — the first in 15 years — is not only a commercial venture but also a research mission to examine sea life around the ship’s remains and create a 3-D model of its debris. Stockton Rush, president of OceanGate Expeditions, says, “All the bones are gone. There are no bodies down there. There are boots and shoes and clothes that show where people were 100 years ago, and that is very somber.” Each dive will last six to eight hours, and it takes 90 minutes to get down to the wreck. A ticket for one of a dive’s nine tourist slots costs $125,000. Here’s the complete story from Luxury Launches.