A whale-watching tour boat carrying 27 people capsized on Monday about eight miles from the coast of Tofino, British Columbia. According to the British Columbia Coroners Service, the tour boat sinking resulted in the deaths of five British nationals, 21 rescues and one missing person, all ranging in age from 18 to 76. The 65-foot long whale-watching vessel was named the “MV Leviathan II” and owned by the adventure tour company Jamie’s Whaling Station & Adventure Centre. Not only could the ship seat up to 46 passengers comfortably, but it also featured upper, lower and back viewing decks for tourists. There ... Read More
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