Albert Moss, a Norwegian third class passenger (and my grandfather), survived by collapsible B. He was interviewed by the Nordic newspaper Nordisk Tidende in New York 25th of April 1912. In this interview he says: "I swam around, I saw a light in one direction, then other lights in other directions, and it was difficult to decide which one was the nearest." In later interviews he says that he heard voices from people near by, and reached collapsible B, where he managed to gain a place. This indicates that there may have been lights on some of the lifeboats at this stage, the Titanic had yet not sunk.