That's right, sorry my bad. I was thinking of the fact that Lightoller was relieved by Murdoch at 10 pm and had a 'senior moment'.No, it was the Chief Officer. The P.M. watches were set as follows:
2P.M. to 6P.M.: Chief Officer Wilde
6P.M. to 10P.M.: Second Officer Lightoller
10P.M. to 2A.M.: First Officer Murdoch
No it was not Boxhall's fault but his calculated position of the ship at the time of impact and therefore of the wreck was a bit off the mark.Hm, which part of the disaster are you referring to? If you are talking about the fact that the ship collided with the iceberg at all, you must remember that it was not the poor man's fault.