LAST MAN OFF: A True Story of Disaster and Survival on the Antarctic Seas
June 6, 1998. Twenty-three-year-old Lewis was working aboard a deep-sea fishing boat in Antarctica when a storm came in. With the captain missing and the crew forced to abandon ship, Lewis directed the escape onto three life rafts. Here is his dramatic story of survival. 16 pages of photos, most color.
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