After the meteor slammed into the ocean, there were serious concerns about a resulting tsunami. Although this particular threat never materialized, the waters remained eerily turbulent, seething with waves and foam.
Sailing remained unsafe for days. Authorities around the world contemplated and debated the unusual meteor and the irregular behavior of the sea.
The ocean finally relented, sending up centuries of shipwrecks in various states of decay and ruin.
Empress of Ireland.
Each uneasily plying the waves once again.
Each heading to port.
Each with crews very eager to disembark.