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Sorry GUT. Glad to hear from you and hope you've been having a good time.
I'll be scarce for about 3 more weeks.

Not much Internet at sea unless you pay a fortune, and not much time either.

So far it's fantastic thanks Jeff.

Some rough conditions but that's to be expected.
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I believe A Night to Remember was based on the Walter Lord book of the same title.
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I believe A Night to Remember was based on the Walter Lord book of the same title.
It was based on Lord's book. Lord also wrote a second book, "The Night Lives On" decades later, which is really a collection of further essays on the tragedy.

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