British millionaire known for his exploratory escapades across the globe, is reportedly among five people who went missing aboard a tourist submersible visiting the Titanic shipwreck.Harding, chairman of Dubai-based Action Aviations, boarded the OceanGate Expeditions submersible Sunday morning as part of a $250,000 tourist venture to see the historic wreck of the ill-fated White Star ocean liner off the Canadian coast. "We started steaming from St.
Johns, Newfoundland, Canada yesterday and are planning to start dive operations around 4am tomorrow morning. Until then we have a lot of preparations and briefings to do," Harding wrote in an Instagram post before departure.SUBMARINE USED FOR TOURIST VISITS TO TITANIC WRECK GOES MISSING IN ATLANTICThe vessel lost contact with OceanGate shortly afterward.
OceanGate advisor David Concannon noted that the sub had likely used about a third of its 96-hour oxygen supply by Monday afternoon, and told The Associated Press that efforts to get a remotely-operated vehicle to the site, about 12,500 feet beneath the Atlantic's surface, would commence as soon as possible.FILE - Hamish Harding attends Living Legends Of Aviation Awards at The Beverly Hilton on Jan.
20, 2023 in Beverly Hills, California. (Victoria Sirakova/Getty Images)The sub was reported overdue at about 9:13 p.m.