National Geographic : 1996 Jul
Though running aground made a fear ful noise, initial dam age was light. With heroic effort, the crew used anchor lines to free the ship, only to have the wind push it back, grinding holes in the hull. Ultimately the ship, sitting on a point of coral, broke apart at the stern, which drifted away. Of the some 500 passen gers and crew, fewer than 200 survived.