Suleman Dawood, who died on the Titanic submarine brought Rubik’s cube with him to embark world record


19-year-old Suleman Dawood, who accompanied his dad on the voyage for witnessing the wreckage that occurred to Titance had brought a Rubik’s cube with him to break the world record, his mother revealed.

Suleman registered himself to the Guinness World Records a few days prior to the trip and was very excited to solve the Rubik’s cube 3,700 meters deep below the ocean. He was hoping to break the world record, Christine Dawood has told to BBC News.

His father, Shahzada Dawood had even carried a camera with him to film the auspicious moment. Christine also spoke during the interrogation that her son loved solving the cube and carried it with him always. He used to astound everyone around him by just solving it in 12 seconds.


The US Coast Guard had launched an investigation since the submarine went missing but hadn’t found anything. Unfortunately, on the 22nd of June, the remains of the submersible were discovered and it was known that the vessel have had a catastrophic explosion due to the density of water.

The other members who traveled to see the Titanic’s wreckage were British billionaire Hamish Harding, OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush, and French diver Paul Henry Nargeolet.