Shahzada Dawood (born 1975-2023) was a prominent Pakistan-British businessman and lawyer. While he achieved recognition in his professional endeavours, his name became widely known due to the tragic circumstances surrounding his disappearance and subsequent death, along with his son, Suleman Dawood.
Shahzada, known for his deep fascination with the Titanic, had willingly invested a considerable sum of approximately $250,000 for a once-in-a-lifetime journey into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. Accompanied by his son, Suleman, they embarked on this extraordinary adventure, hoping to catch a glimpse of the legendary shipwreck of the Titanic Ship that had sunk in 1912.
Tragically, their expedition took a devastating turn when the vessel they were aboard experienced a catastrophic implosion during their descent to the ocean floor. As a result of this unfortunate event, Shahzada, his son, Suleman, and other boarders, including Hamish Harding, Paul Henry, and Stockton Rush, lost their lives, leaving behind a poignant tale of exploration turned tragedy.
- Name: Shahzada Dawood
- Born: 1975
- Place of Birth: Pakistan
- Education Status: Bachelor of Law
- Wife: Christine Dawood
- Children: Suleman and Alina
- Net Worth: US$360 million