The bodies of the passengers on the Titanic may never be recovered because the search effort is said to have been suspended.
The High Seas Recovery Service (PRS), which is supporting the recovery mission, confirmed it had “completed offshore operations” earlier today.
Some human body discovered from the area in the North Atlantic where the submarine landed to visit the wreck of the RMS Titanic.
However, they have not been identified and it is currently difficult for the families of the passengers to bring them back to their resting place.
The US Coast Guard has yet to confirm whether search efforts will continue after the PRS leaves.
Five men were killed when the ship encountered a “catastrophic explosion” upon landing on June 18.
They used to be called British billionaires Hamish Harding, Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleiman Dawood, as well as Stockton feverCEO of the company operating the trip, cum pilot Paul-Henri Nargeolet.
They are the theme of an international day rescue attempt after losing contact with their support ship just an hour and 45 minutes after diving on 18 June.
However, this was tragically found to be futile as it was believed that the ship had been damaged explosion when contact is cut, kill all of them immediately.
The Coast Guard is currently working to identify the remains that have been recovered.
OceanGate, the company that operates the submarine, has faced questions about the ship’s safety.
A deep-sea explorer claims that he has pointed out some flaws in craft design but was alarmed by the “cavalier attitude” of the staff.
Likewise, a submarine expert suggests seven clues the wreck will reveal, including hidden cracks and faulty wiring.
Concerns include the fact that the Titan is controlled by a cheap video game-style controller and lacks a GPS system.
It comes after it was revealed that the time when the ill-fated sub started landing was recorded on a video by a crew member.
Meanwhile, the aunt of 19-year-old passenger Suleiman Dawood claimed that he “terrified” about the tripbut did it to please his father, a passionate adventurer.
Suleiman is studying at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotlandwhile his father is a successful businessman.