For 110 years, the Titanic has sat at the bottom of the North Atlantic, and seen only by a handful of researchers and explorers.
Since she was a child, Renata Rojas has longed to see the wreck of the famous ocean liner which sank on its maiden voyage in 1912.
However, some travellers are now paying up to $250,000 to see it.
For the first time, the BBC follows some of these “citizen scientists” who have paid for one of the scheduled dives by American company Oceangate.
Watch more on BBC iPlayer:‘Take me to the Titanic’ on The Travel Show