Groupon of the Month in TITANIC proportions

This is the first of my new “groupon of the month” if i get more and im not too lazy it may end up “groupon of the week”

This one is a sweet sweet deal.


“Titanic” DVD Signed by Leonardo DiCaprio Impersonator and 13-Day Ocean Voyage with Tour of “Titanic” From Deep Ocean Expeditions

Deal Option $12,500
Value: $59,680
Discount: 79%
You Save: $47,180
In a Nutshell
$12,500 for a signed Titanic DVD and 13-day ocean voyage with tour of theTitanic (a $59,680 value); departs from St. John’s, Newfoundland, on July 26 and returns August 8

What You Get

  • Round-trip airfare to St. John’s, Newfoundland, including fees from any city in the contiguous US
  • All transportation to and from the site
  • One day to explore the shipwreck aboard a deep-ocean vessel
  • Admission to a series of lectures, film screenings, and post-dive celebrations
  • Accommodations for the duration of the trip, including one night at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland and 11 nights onboard the support ship
  • Three meals per day while at sea and complimentary baggage handling
  • A DVD of the movie Titanic signed by Leonardo DiCaprio impersonator Frank Lloyd Roberts

Titanic DVD Signed by Leonardo DiCaprio Impersonator and Shipwreck Expedition

Deep Ocean Expeditions is offering a once-in-a-lifetime package: a DVD signed by professional Leonardo DiCaprio impersonator Frank Lloyd Roberts—and the chance to descend 2 miles into the depths of the icy North Atlantic to see the “unsinkable” ocean liner at her final resting place.
A team of scientists, engineers, and RMS Titanic historians will be on hand for the 13-day expedition on a large support ship, which sets sail July 26 from St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Days 1–2: A group of no more than 20 meets in St. John’s at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland,which overlooks the harbor where the expedition will launch the following afternoon. On day 2, you’ll have a chance to take in the colorful houses and mazy streets of St. John’s—the oldest English-founded city in North America—before beginning the 380-mile sea voyage toward the RMS Titanic wreck site.
Day 3: The crew of scientists and Titanic experts lecture on topics ranging from basic marine biology to the Titanic captain’s preferred brand of mustache wax. MIRsubmersible pilot Dr. Anatoly Sagalevitch and USC professor of ocean engineering Dr. Don Walsh will share their deep-sea expertise to ready the group for the upcoming dive.
Days 4–10: On the morning of day 4, the support ship will float high above the sunken remains of the RMS Titanic. For the next week, pairs of participants and a pilot will take turns descending 12,500 feet to the ocean floor in the self-propelled MIR I or MIR II deep-sea craft. You’ll get three to four hours to observe and photograph the shipwreck that few others have seen in person. In addition to century-old artifacts, you might encounter unusual marine life, including rattail fishes, squat lobsters, and anemones. Expeditions can take place both day and night, depending on prevailing conditions.