Albatross: A True Story of a Woman's Survival at Sea
What was supposed to be an easy cruise turned into a nightmare for Deborah Scaling and her four friends, as a seventy knot gale capsized and destroyed their yacht, leaving them adrift in a rubber dingy for five days. After fighting off fear, hypothermia, delirium and sharks, only Scaling and one other survived.
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In 1982, experienced sailor Kiley, then 24, agreed to crew a sailboat from Maine to Florida. After a fierce storm sank the boat off the coast of North Carolina, the crew of five struggled onto an ill ... Read full review