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Rethinking Sinking


The image I've always had of sinking involved storm-tossed seas, the dark of night, lightning, probably the failure of a portlight or a thru-hull connection, or a collision with an unseen floating object. In this scenario, highly motivated crew members wrestle the inflatable from the deck and launch it. But there I was all alone in broad daylight not far from land and Dream Weaver was going down in the middle of the Intracoastal Waterway somewhere in the vast and desolate marshes of coastal Georgia. I wasn't ready for this; it didn't happen here, not now, and not to me.   more...


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