“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”
It will be neat when it comes out.
The Nantucket documentary maker John Stanton has a pleasing thing coming along called "Wood/Sails/Dreams". Teaser at:
I'll be anxious to see both of those.
Who was eventually found to be at fault?
Definitely want to see this when it comes out.
We are left doing a "Francis Urqhart": "We may guess... We may very well guess, but we will never know..."
Last edited by Vince Brennan; 06-08-2012 at 08:49 PM.
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The RC ruled without ambiguity that Sumurun was utterly and totally at fault. I don't know how the lawsuit initiated four years ago is doing, came out, or whatever.
It certainly seemed like it to my eye....I bet that cost Sumurun's insurers a pretty penny.... and they were damned lucky no one was killed. I remember the video of the crewmember climbing from Amorita's deck to Sumurun as she was driven under.
The rebuild was quite inspiring... but somewhat like Garp's mother buying the house that the plane had fallen on.
Last edited by Peter Malcolm Jardine; 06-08-2012 at 09:44 PM.