But you may well need to liquefy some of those assets before you jump aboard.His bucket-list topper trip to explore the Titanic for eight days in 2018 will set you back a cool 5,129 (£81,420).Building ID:7090 | Abbreviation: MOMoore Hall, also known as A. Moore Hall, houses the offices of the Department of Kinesiology.
That means a great view, but the final frontier for new life forms and discovery is undersea – for the next 200-300 years at least,” he told Rush always wanted to become an astronaut, but after his aerospace degree from Princeton and engineering work on the US fighter programme, he was told that his 20/25 eyesight wouldn’t make the cut for an air force pilot.
Age is no barrier for his adventure-minded clients – he’s had guests as old as 92 and as young as 12 on each four to five person vessel.
But, Rush warns, “it’s not a chocolate-on-the-pillow job – you’re part of the crew.
“I thought I’ll make enough money to buy my way into space”, he says.
And sure enough, after a period in investment banking, Rush found himself at the Virgin Galactic launch, watching Richard Branson standing on the wing of Space Ship One, heralding a new age of Space tourism. Casting off from the stars, he set his sights on the seas.