Trial Graphics - Arctic Rose

The Bering Strait in Alaska is one of the most dangerous paths in the world. So when the Arctic Rose sank on April 1st, 2001, it seemed that the Strait had simply claimed another victim. But this time, there was one key difference: no one knew why the Arctic Rose had gone down. Somewhere, the Arctic Rose lies beneath these icy waters, the victim of the worst U.S. fishing accident in a half century. The question is, why?

What caused the Seattle-based Arctic Rose fishing vessel to sink with the loss of all 15 hands in the Bering Sea is the subject of this investigation.

TMBA created these 3D animations based on the findings of the Coast Guard investigation.

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