Disasters at Sea (2018– )
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Trapped in Typhoon Alley 

When massive bulk carrier MV Derbyshire is swallowed up by a typhoon, the crew's grieving families form their own investigation.

Director:

P.J. Naworynski

Writers:

Christopher Gagosz (story editor), Carl Knutson

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Pongracz ... Narrator (voice) (as Mike Pongracz)
Brendan O'Gorman ... Captain Geoffrey Underhill
Brian Webber ... Francis 'Curly' Bayliss
Robert Notman ... Paul Lambert (as Rob Notman)
Francesco Antonio ... Alexandros Glykas
Lee Tessler Lee Tessler ... Tommy Blease
Neil Affleck ... Nigel Malpass (as James Neil Affleck)
Rachel VanDuzer ... Annemarie Hutchinson
Hugh Ritchie Hugh Ritchie ... Peter Lambert
Mark Nocent ... Andrew Bowen
Carson Pinch Carson Pinch ... Radio Operator
Paul Nicholas Mason ... Douglas Faulkner (as Paul Mason)
Rob Tremblay Rob Tremblay ... Captain David Ramwell
Thom Nyhuus Thom Nyhuus ... Helmsman (as Thomas Nyhuus)
Nigel Malpass Nigel Malpass ... Himself - Former Chief Officer, MV Derbyshire (as Captain Nigel Malpass)
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Storyline

Massive cargo ship MV Derbyshire, carrying nearly 160,000 tons of iron ore, is passing through the Northwest Pacific en route to Japan. Just a few days from her destination, a raging typhoon swallows up the ship and all 44 people on board. Witness the investigation launched by the family of the doomed ship's crew members, and see how their dogged determination for the truth uncovered a shocking problem potentially affecting an entire fleet of bulk carriers.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

13 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The Ship featured, the 'MV Derbyshire' was a Bulk Carrier built in 1975 and went into service in 1976 named 'Liverpool Bridge', before finally being named 'Derbyshire' in 1978. After encountering Typhoon Orchid, she was sank with the loss of all 42 crew and 2 passengers on Sep 9th 1980. 14 years later in 1994 her wreck was found 2.5 miles underwater near Japan where she still remains. See more »

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