He looks like the type that plays with the ladies.
I beg to differ. Captain Doherty starts well by pointing out that no lives were lost in the initial grounding, recites chunks of ISM, then says:An excellent analysis and points raised in this article in today's G-Captain newsletter at :- http://gcaptain.com/costa-concordia...ed&utm_campaign=Feed:+Gcaptain+(gCaptain.com)
Me too! I am no navigator or ship handler, being of the oily rag brigade, but the track shown looks more to me like a ship that was crippled and without main power, veering on a random course without steering and losing weigh until, finally stationary in the water, tides and wind took over to take her to the shore line and aground. It didn't look like anything intentional to me, but then, what would I know?I am minded to treating this G Captain bulletin and Capt B. D. penning with extreme caution.