For those who dare, things often go wrong under the sea. Such tragedies, spurred by the booming interest in the Titanic and the Andrea Doria, have been the focus of tremendous literature from the world's finest authors. Deep Blue offers compelling tales of shipwrecks and salvage, submarine adventure and free diving, nautical survival and cannibalism. Read by Terence Aselford, Nick Sampson, and Richard Rohan.
Rough Water is an adventure audiobook at its most compelling. Hear the stories of men and women battling the elements, and sometimes each other, to stay alive, confronting savage storms, rogue waves, icebergs, sharks, starvation and their own fear and suffering.
From Sebastian Junger's The Whale Hunter to Lawrence Beesley's The Loss of The S.S. Titanic is a unique collection of the finest writing on why men and women go to sea, and what they find there. Read by George Guidall, Graeme Malcoln, Simon Prebble, and Rick Adamson.
Clint Willis has been a climber and an armchair mountaineer since he was ten years old. His writing about technology, finance and the outdoors has appeared in more than 100 publications, including Men's Journal, Outside, Rock & Ice and The New York Times, and he is a contributing editor of Forbes ASAP and Worth magazines. He lives with his wife and two sons in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.