Suleman Dawood, the son of Pakistani millionaire Shahzada Dawood, who died with his father on the underwater expedition to the Titanic, aspired to enter the Guinness Book of Records by completing the Rubik’s cube in 12 seconds at a depth of 3,700 meters, as revealed his mother Cristine to the BBC.
In the first interview after the accident in which her son and her husband lost their lives, along with the other three Titan crew members, Christine Wood assures that the immersion to the Titanic It was a dream that the two of them had shared for a long time.. Suleman’s mother, 19, a student at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, responded to the statements of her sister-in-law Azmeh, who assured that the young man did not want to go and that he did it to please his father on the day of the Father.
Christine and her other daughter, Alina, even joined the family expedition in their own way, embarking on the Polar Prince, the support ship on the sea surface, where the news first came that communication had been lost with the OceanGate submersible. on June 18.
“I didn’t really understand what it meant at that point, it just spiraled downward from there,” said Christine Dawood, who remained on the boat with her daughter and closely watched the search and rescue efforts. After 96 hours she sent a laconic message to her family: “I’m preparing for the worst”.
From that moment he lost hope, shortly after the remains of the submersible appeared, and it ended up confirming the “catastrophic implosion” of the Titan that caused the death of the five crew members (the British millionaire Hamish Harding, 58, the French explorer also died Paul-Henry Nargeolet and OceanGate founder Stockton Rush).