While it’s no consolation for the original passengers, it’s clear sailing now for the massive collection of 5,500 artifacts salvaged from the Titantic, ranging from a piece of the ship’s hull to the contents of passengers’ luggage.

The collection and rights to the shipwreck excavation site were set to be sold in a bankruptcy auction Oct. 11 at Troutman Sanders’ Atlanta headquarters, but the auction sank for a lack of qualified bidders.

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