Last Man Off: A True Story Of Disaster And Survival On The Antarctic Seas
Last Man Off: A True Story of Disaster and Survival on the Antarctic Seas
“A sinister version of The Perfect Storm. Thrilling.”—Sunday Times (UK)
For readers of The Perfect Storm, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, and Into the Wild
There’s nothing that armchair adventure lovers relish more than a gripping true story of disaster and heroism, and Last Man Off delivers all that against a breathtaking backdrop of icebergs and killer whales. On June 6, 1998, twenty-three-year-old Matt Lewis had just started his dream job as a scientific observer aboard a deep-sea fishing boat in the waters off Antarctica. As the crew haul in the line for the day, a storm begins to brew. When the captain vanishes and they are forced to abandon ship, Lewis leads the escape onto three life rafts, where the battle for survival begins.
An Amazon Best Book of May 2015: In 1998, a young Scotsman named Matt Lewis sought to boost to his budding career as a marine biologist by securing a position as the "scientific observer" on a fishing vessel. Though he would be considered an officer, his role would be limited and relatively tame...