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    Adrift : A True Story Of Survival At Sea

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    When Commander Baath takes his French guests, with his crew of four, on a dive trip off Sir Hugh Rose Island, 20 nautical miles from Port Blair, it turns out to be the wrong day for a sea adventure. The calm sea, an endless liquid mirror before they dived, turns rough when they surface in an hour, as a violent storm looms over them. What was supposed to be a day trip turns into an endless drifting in the Andaman Sea thick with pirates, without a sense of direction or sight of land. Adrift follows their terrifying ordeal, battling hunger and thirst, trying to hold on to their sanity, as they encounter the primal face of nature. Based on a real incident, Adrift is a gripping tale of survival, perseverance and fortitude.
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    Publisher: Hachette Books
    Language: English
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 192
    ISBN: 9789350096291

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