Yesterday a dire situation arose in the south Atlantic Ocean for one of the Golden Globe solo round the world sailing race participants. He was overtaken by a huge storm 1200 miles off the coast of Argentina. Battling steep seas and 100 mph gusts, his boat rolled and was dismasted. Now he’s injured and trying to keep the boat afloat until a nearby UK fisheries vessel can get to him from 300 miles away. Today we’ll talk about what can happen when you are alone in a terrible storm at sea.