100th Anniversary

April 14, 2012

The rugged North Atlantic is a harsh and jealous sovereign, demanding of man's respect vengeful against his arrogance. 400 miles off the Grand Banks of New Finland nearly 3 miles below a restless surface, this ocean holds fast to to it's famous prisoner, The R.M.S TITANIC.
This ship Constructed in 1912 was one mans most crowning achievements. Confidently deemed by it's builders to be unsinkable, Passengers, crew members, The White Star Line Company and TITANIC herself would find this to be fatefully wrong.