Over 1.5 hours of footage from the bow has been added to the site, with lots more to come.
Titanic Museum is thrilled to announce that it has acquired dozens of hours of footage from the Titanic wreck site, covering the bow area, inner decks, debris field, stern, and more. It will be added to the website over the coming weeks, with more than one and a half hours of footage from the bow area added today:
The footage above comes courtesy of The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and was filmed July 2003. Whilst filmed onto DV tape, the quality is nevertheless sharp enough to reveal the extensive “rusticles” that cover the bow area.
Keep an eye on the website, and in particular the Wreck Wreck Videos page, to see more footage over the coming weeks.