Ross Kemp reveals he was planning to make a documentary about visiting the Titanic wreck using the Titan submarine before the production company decided it was too dangerous
Ross Kemp He said he was about to make a documentary about using the Titan submarine to visit the Titanic wreck, but his production company decided it was too risky.
The 58-year-old is best known for playing Grant Mitchell in movies. EastEndersNow a daredevil documentary maker, this year he starred in Ross Kemp’s new series Deep Sea Treasure Hunter.
“Their team has looked into this,” said Kemp’s agent and Inter Talent boss Professor Jonathan Sharitt. ocean gate It was submersible and was withdrawn from use simply because it was deemed unsafe or unfit for purpose.
“I’m relieved that my post didn’t go down in history as an agent in the murder of Ross Kemp,” he said, according to the newspaper. Sun.
Ross Kemp (pictured) revealed he was about to make a documentary about using the Titan submersible to visit the Titanic wreck, but the production team decided it was too dangerous.
The Ocean Gate submarine (pictured) was deemed unsafe by Kemp’s team
Kemp had planned to make a documentary in 2022 to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed that the submarine Ocean Gate suffered a “catastrophic implosion” just 1,600 feet from the bow of the Titanic, killing five victims instantly. announced.
Kemp has a deep-sea diving certificate and can dive to 40 meters.
When a crew member inquired about filming him on a submarine, Oceangate said no training was required to be on the submarine, according to TV sources.
They added, “There was initial attention because the company was a well-known organization, but plans were quickly dropped after Atlantic began asking questions.”
Discovery Channel’s Josh Gates revealed this week that he was on the submarine when it “didn’t perform well.”
Gates, announcing Expedition Unknown, tweeted that there’s still more to Titan’s “history and design” that hasn’t been revealed yet.
He said: “To those who asked, Titan did not perform well on my dives. In the end, I decided to film Titanic because of Ocean Gate safety concerns.” I missed a big chance.
The exploration documentary frontman had planned to make a documentary in 2022 to mark the 110th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
Mike Reese (left) and Joe Gates (right) both boarded the submarine on separate occasions.
“There are still undisclosed aspects of Titan’s history and design, many of which are important.”
The Simpsons writer Mike Reese, meanwhile, has traveled on a submarine before and is determined never to disembark after signing a disclaimer listing “three ways to die on page one.” said he decided to
Reese, one of the few people ever to take part in an exclusive expedition to the ocean floor, joined the Oceangate submarine crew last year to tour the doomed ship.
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