Dive Magazine news reports that the Titanic’s rescue ship, the Carpathia, which lies at 160m in the north Atlantic has been surveyed by a British-led team of technical divers.
RMS Carpathia was on her way to the Mediterranean on the night of 14 April 1912 when it received the Titanic’s SOS call. Negotiating 58 miles of iceberg-strewn water, the liner recovered 712 survivors. Six years later a German U-boat sank her.
See the full story in Dive Magazine.