Saved!: The Story of the Andrea Doria, the Greatest Sea Rescue in History
Compelling personal stories of both courage and cowardice mark this vivid narrative of the 1956 sea disaster in which the Italian luxury liner and the Stockholm collided during a thick fog off Nantucket.
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Andrea Doria asked Badano Beaudéan Belvedere Lounge Boat Deck Boyer bridge cabin 56 Calamai Cape Ann Captain Calamai Carstens climbed collision corridor course crash crewmen daughter Dilworth Dooner door Enestrom engine Eugenio Giannini feet first-class Foyer Deck France Franchini Giannini grabbed Haight helmsman Hudson Ile de France Italian Line jackets Jane Cianfarra Kelly knew Larsen lifeboat light Liliana Linda Morgan liner Magagnini Maria Martha Peterson Mike Stoller minutes mother moved muster stations Nantucket lightship night Nordenson ocean passengers Peter port side Promenade Deck pulled quickly radar radar screen rail rescue ships rope ladder Rovelli Ruth Roman sailors screamed Second Officer Sergio ship's Sister Angelita stairway starboard side stern steward Stockholm Stoller suddenly survivors Swedish Swedish-American Line Thieriot third mate Thure Peterson tourist-class turned Underwood Upper Deck voyage waiting watched wife woman wreckage yelled York young