Francis Chichester is sailing in Gipsy Moth IV in the pitch black of night towards the dreaded Cape Horn. Here the winds howl and the waters of the Southern Ocean crowd together and rush through the gap between South America and Antarctica. It is the place that sends a shiver down the spine of even the most hardened sailor. To find out what happened read In Mountainous Seas - Sir Francis Chichester and the Voyage Around Cape Horn, Story 11 in the nonfiction serial, Into Danger with the Adventurers - Twelve Epic Lives of the Twentieth Century.
Jacques Cousteau is watching nervously on the bridge of his ship Calypso as it slowly makes it way through a maze of razor-sharp coral tow