Sometimes you end up in less than optimal situations no matter how you try to plan. We had been keeping an eye on Sandy for about a week when we pulled into Portsmouth, Virginia, one of our favorite stops along the ICW.
The U.S. Coast Guard cites failure of the 108-foot wooden ship’s captain, Robin Walbridge, to use effective risk management.
PassageMaker Book-Reviewer, Milt Baker, takes a closer look at the not-so-obvious lessons from a high-profile disaster, plus lingering mysteries.
In the aftermath, the ship and two of her crew (including Walbridge) were lost as the vessel floundered off the mid-Atlantic coast. Click the video below to watch first-hand footage of the rescue of the Bounty's surviving crew members taken from the USCG helo.