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Thursday, September 06, 2012

What happens when you risk going too far

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” - T.S. Eliot

National Geographic Adventure Magazine: Story--Lost at Sea

"In 1982, at 24 and with a Whitbread Round the World regatta under her belt, sailor Debbie Kiley boarded a 58-foot (18-meter) sailing yacht in Maine for a routine delivery to Florida.

After a stopover in Annapolis, Maryland, the weather quickly worsened—60-knot winds whipping up 40-foot (12-meter) waves. In the course of the next three days the crew lost their boat, survived 18 hours of treading water, lost two crew members to sharks and another to injuries sustained in the sinking, and suffered hallucinations from severe dehydration and hypothermia"
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