Life, Then Death, on a Trawler in Freezing Antarctic Seas

Matt Lewis, a British marine biologist and author of Last Man Off: A True Story of Disaster and Survival on the Antarctic Seas, was only 23 when he was hired as a scientist on the South African fishing trawler, the Sudur Havid.  Destination: South Georgia Island, in the Antarctic, to fish for one of the most valuable catches on earth, Patagonian toothfish. Three weeks later, he found himself in a perfect storm which left many of his crewmates dead. Read the rest here 10:46

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