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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

19 knots in a wooden box made of logs....full of water....desisels which barely move the ship...30 ft waves...no 19 ft waves..... heading south....no heading east...do you know how ridiculous this speculation sounds. Why do it

Lets hear what the EYEWITNESSES say. The photo of the scene which was the CG rescue doent look like 30 ft waves.

We already have damned him for sailing away from port....now are we to critique his sailing angle.

I think there will be multiple causations. MULTIPLE
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