Titan submersible commuter Suleman Dawood was terrified before the journey, here’s why


The Titan submarine that used to go 1200km deep inside the water to showcase the wreckage that occurred to Titanic had gone missing a few days back. Five people were on board and are termed to be dead as the submersible imploded on Sunday. One of the commuters Suleman Dawood had accompanied his dad for the expedition but was very afraid to go.

The 19-year-old was a university student and joined his father on the voyage. Days prior to the trip, he has expressed doubts regarding the whole journey and felt terrified. His aunt Azmeh Dawood had told NBC in an interview, that he has showed hesitation before going and wasn’t very up for it.

Further, she added, Suleman had finally decided to go on board because the trip was being arranged on Father’s Day. He wanted to please his dad, who was very much thrilled about seeing the wreckage of the Titanic.


Suleman’s dad Shahzada Dawood, 48, was a British Pakistani businessman. Other members who died in the explosion were Stockton Rush, 61 years old, who was the CEO of OceanGate and pilot of Titan, British Business Hamish Harding, 58, and Paul-Henry Nargeolet, 77, a French explorer.

The expedition to witness Titanic’s wreckage turned into a terrible mishap as it was revealed on Thursday that the Titan submarine had a catastrophic explosion on the day it was being launched, i.e. Sunday.

The company that had been offering these trips the US Coast Guard and OceanGate Expeditions has confirmed the news and stated that all five members have died in the tragic incident. Parts of the submarine were found on Thursday, at a distance of approximately 1600 feet from the bow of the wrecked Titan