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Singing in the Lifeboats

Discussion in 'Events during Sinking & Subsequent Forensics' started by Aaron_2016, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. Aaron_2016

    Aaron_2016 Member

    The survivors sang in the lifeboats to keep their spirits up. A popular hymn that echoed across the water was 'Pull for the Shore, Sailor' and a number of lifeboats joined in the chorus.

    Last edited: Apr 15, 2018
  2. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    I think there were also stories of The Countess of Rothes singing at the tiller to distract the children from the screams as best she could.