Names of five billionaires who disappeared while searching for Titanic ship in the sea


Below are the names of the billionaires who disappeared while searching for Titanic Ship in the sea

  • Harmish Harding

Hamish Harding, a British businessman and explorer, was one of the five passengers who disappeared. In a picture taken prior to Sunday’s dive, Harding could be seen standing outside a ship wearing a badge that read “Titanic expedition crew.” On its website, Harding’s business, Action Aviation, claims to have been around since 2004 and serves as a global sales organization for business aviation.

  • Stockton Rush

A corporate representative said that Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate, was also on board the ship. “OceanGate can confirm that CEO Stockton Rush is aboard the submersible as a member of the crew,” the spokeswoman added. Rush is responsible for the organization’s “financial and engineering strategies,” according to a business description

  • Shahzada Dawood and Son, Suleman

The father and son, both British nationals, come from a renowned family in Pakistan. While Shahzada Dawood serves on the board of trustees for the California-based SETI Institute, which looks for extraterrestrial intelligence, their company invests in agriculture, industries, and the health sector. According to the family’s business, his son Suleman Dawood is a college student in the United Kingdom. Shahzada Dawood is married and has one child.

  • Paul Henry Nargeolet

Harding claimed that the crew of the submarine included “PH Nargeolet” and “a couple of legendary explorers” in his Instagram post. According to his stepson John Nathaniel Paschall, French diver Paul Henry Nargeolet was aboard the ship on Tuesday. The family of Nargeolet refuses to provide any additional information regarding the incident.

The Experiential Media Group, which, according to its website, produces “museum-quality exhibitions” all around the world, employs Nargeolet, who is sometimes referred to as “Mr. Titanic,” as director of underwater research. A biography on the website claims that he is regarded as a top expert on the Titanic wreckage.