The sinking of the Titanic was one of the worst marine disasters in all of history, and the Britannic also sank, after colliding with a mine in the Aegean Sea. The catastrophe was far less dramatic than that of the Titanic, but 30 people died and the remaining 1,035 survivors had to be saved from the water and lifeboats.
Originally published 7 July 2012 @ Scuba Scoop When Jill Heinerth isn’t cave diving, she’s submerged in the issue of water. Water quality, quantity, access and overuse are all critical matters for her. “All that we have wrought upon our