Something to check out while waiting for Summer to actually arrive in Manitoba. A bit of history for the wreck diver in all of us.
When tragedy strikes on the high seas causing ships to sink, the truth of what happened is often lost to the depths of the ocean. In Discovery’s latest original Canadian series, DISASTERS AT SEA, experienced and dedicated marine investigators track down new evidence to solve the mysteries behind some of the most devastating and unexpected real-life marine disasters in recent history. The six-episode, one-hour docudrama premieres in the network’s coveted timeslot, Tuesday, April 16 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, exclusively on Discovery.
Each episode of DISASTERS AT SEA tells the unimaginable true story of a maritime disaster, combining harrowing re-enactments with expert analysis from marine investigators. Whether it’s survivor testimony about a sudden sound, GPS data about the ship’s speed, or the scatter pattern of wreckage at the bottom of the ocean, each piece of evidence helps investigators build a dramatic picture of the deadly chain of events. DISASTERS AT SEA delivers a suspenseful journey into one of the deadliest jobs on the planet, the working men and women who choose this dangerous life, and the marine investigators who work tirelessly to help make the high seas a safer place.
Air Date – Episode name – Name of the ship:
April 16 – “Trapped in Typhoon Alley” – MV Derbyshire
April 23 – “Shipwrecked in Alaska” – The Alaska Ranger
April 30 – “Deadly Rescue” – Marine Electric
May 7 – “Four Minutes to Survive” – MV Rocknes
May 14 – “Ice Ship” – MV Explorer
May 21 – “Torn Apart” – MSC Napoli
To watch the full series trailer, click here: https://youtu.be/JKKNJDE2CEI .
Or for a behind the scenes look at how the show was made, click here https://youtu.be/dReMYyta_sI