The Case Of The Unfamiliar Mariner Part 1

When the chemical tanker Bow Mariner exploded off the coast of Virginia,USA, on February 28, 2004, 21 of its crew of 27 died. It was a tragedy born of incompetence,ignorance, intolerance and fraud. Many of the crew died because a vital piece of life preserving equipment was considered unnecessary and none had training in cold water survival.

Listen to Part of one of this two part opener to the second series of Maritime Accident Casebook here:

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