Packed with 4,703 Mazdas, the deep-sea car transport rolled to its side in the North Pacific in July of 2006. The owners and insurance company called Titan Salvage and Joshua Davis writes this movie-able account in Wired’s March 08 issue.
Titan’s business plan hinged on the idea that ships could be saved by human ingenuity, not horsepower, and the company’s unconventional approach worked.
Totally enjoyed the read, even teared at the end.
Previous great reads from Wired: