This is good advice to all. You cannot take everything you read and treat it as reliable fact. The best one can do is try to put all the evidence and testimonies into a context that must hold together and cannot violate the laws of physics. Some things will fit, others will fall out. Boxhall has on more than one occasion said something which he later corrected upon more thought. According to Rowe, his phone call to the bridge was about 12:25, a few minutes after Bright arrived. We know that the boats were not launched yet, so what he saw in the water may very well have been a small mass of floating ice that gave the appearance of a boat in the water. There were no spot lights lighting things up in the water, just whatever light was reflected that originated from the lights on the ship. From all other accounts, the 1st rocket single did not go up until sometime near 12:45, and this can be verified from observations on the Californian as well as witnesses on the Titanic.Seek for what was physically possible.