In July of 2008, a photographer named Robert Demar took a two-day trip aboard Bounty from Port Angeles, WA to Port Albernie, B.C.; taking over 2,000 photographs of the ship and her crew along the way. With all the recent attention on the hearings and the discussions about what went wrong or didn’t and who was or wasn’t to blame, Mr. Demar thought maybe some would simply like to see the ship as she was: I know I did. Mr. Demar was kind enough to send me his favorite images from that sail and asked me to give them a home: here they are. It is very easy to see why her crew was drawn to her.
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