They run out of water while the weather gets really hot. Everyone blames him for killing the albatross that they replace the cross with dead albatross around his neck to remind him of his error. Next, he indirectly get everyone on the ship dead because of the sin he commits. Feeling guilty, the Mariner wants to pray because he is still be cursed. But the Mariner escapes his curse by unconsciously blessing the water snakes, and the albatross drops off his neck into the ocean.
Three of the crew members desert the ship before the ship leaves, adding to the discontentment of the officers as well as the crew members. Shortly after the Bounty sets sail for the West Indies, Fletcher Christian leads the mutiny and forces Bligh and some of Bligh’s followers off the Bounty and onto a life boat. Bligh and his followers were striped of charts and compasses; all they were given was the life boat, the oars, a pocket watch, and a quadrant. Bligh and his eighteen followers barely survived the trip in the small boat to Timor, in the Dutch East Indies. Meanwhile, Fletcher Christian and the other crew members returned to Tahiti to reunite with their women and then set sail to Pitcairn Island.
This act of killing the bird invites the wrath of the supernatural spirits who then pursue the ship. These supernatural spirits subject the crew as well as the mariner to a series of excruciating events. The ship is lead from ice to uncharted waters, where the sailors are tormented by thirst. As a reaction to their pitiable state, they blame the mariner and hang the corpse of the albatross around the mariner’s neck. Hopes of salvation run high when everyone on board notices a tiny speck which they imagine to be a ship.
The sailors were happy that they saw an approaching ship because they thought they were going to be rescued. Unfortunately, the ship did not come and save the sailors or the Mariner. A third emotional example occurred when the sailors gave the Mariner the evil eye. “One after one, / by the star-dogged Moon, / Too quick for groan or sigh, / Each turned his face with a ghastly pang, / And cursed me with his eye” (Rime 212-215). The sailors dropped dead one by one after the two characters on a passing ship finished playing a game of dice.
Rocket Model for Team Effectiveness: Three hundred miles south of New Zealand are the Auckland Islands. They are isolated, forbidding, and 150 years ago, they brought almost certain death to ships that got too close. The howling sub-Antarctic winds drove ships onto the shallow reefs, and most sailors quickly drowned. Those who made it to shore soon died of exposure and starvation. Those few who survived did so in dreadful conditions.
While bringing it up, it may crush going through all the water pressure levels of the sea.The water pressure is very strong at the bottom of the ocean where ti Titan is placed. If this were to happen what would have been the point of bringing it up? To officially destruct and ruin the past of the Titanic. Not to mention other than destruction and disregard the Titanic its also like stealing from the many people who died there that night. That is now a sacred sea and as we all know, stealing is disrespectful.
But, Ned Land was not happy at all, so he proposed to escape. As Conseil argued that is impossible to escape because they are underwater, Land told them that the submarine has to go up every two days to recycle the air. The submarine continued his way through the sea. At the coast of Papua, the Nautilus went to the surface and it was attacked by cannibals. As they touched the entrance, they cannibals screamed in pain and swam away.
They both want a night alone to sleep together so Nicholas tells John that he had a vision from God and there was a flood coming. Nicholas told him to set up three tubs on the roof, each with an ax. John, Alisoun, and Nick were all in their tubs, as soon as John fell asleep the two of them left. John woke up in panic thinking the flood was coming and cut his rope. After falling through the roof and hitting the ground, John broke his arm and was very embarrassed.
Life of Pi tells the story of young Pi Patel, retelling his spiritual journey. Whilst doing so, he found himself in the midst of a tragic freak accident, which killed his immediate family onboard the Tsitsum. “The Ship sank....Every single thing I’ve valued in life has been destroyed.” (Martel, Life of Pi) With ship’s sinking, and Pi simply floating in a life boat, he has completed the first requirement for his Spiritual Journey; he’s been isolated away from society. Jesus has chosen to disconnect himself from society, due to his feeling that it was the right thing to do, as staying amongst people would cause too many distractions, and he would fail to do that which he had set out to do. And after fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry.
When the crew first found out about the Albatross losing its life, they were furious. But then, the ship began to clear out of the fog that had been following them and the crew realized it was the Albatross that brought the foggy weather, not the wind. This is the beginning of the superstitious ideas the crew had about the Albatross. Of course, the mariner rejects the entire idea of an Albatross bringing bad luck or good luck to the ship. This rejection of the superstition relates to William Wordsworth’s style of the ordinary man.