Graham Jessop (born 5 June 1957) is a British deep sea diver, and marine archaeologist who has taken part in a number of important expeditions such as the 1999 discovery of the remains of the RMS Carpathia off the coast of Ireland. Jessop subsequently purchased the Carpathia, so as to control access and protect it from private scavengers.
He was born in Yorkshire.
- "Locating a Heroic Vessel: Marine Salvager Graham Jessop Locates Wreck of Carpathia", National Geographic, 2000-04-01 (URL last accessed 2007-02-28).
- "Carpathia: The Most Famous Rescue Ship In the World", Excerpt: "RMS Titanic, Inc. salvor-in-possession of the legendary Titanic, announced today the acquisition of the wreck of the RMS Carpathia, 'the most famous rescue ship in the world'."., PR Newswire, 2001-06-21.
- Klinger, Peter, "Salvage firm seeks £20m in flotation", The Times, 2006-05-02 (URL last accessed 2007-02-28).
- "Jessop becomes Titanic supremo", Telegraph and Argus, Opinion section, pp. 10, 10 June 2000 (URL last accessed 2007-02-28).
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