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Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, UK - ISBN:0853237530, 1998. Softcover, 6¾" x 9½. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, etc. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Thirty-one b&w photographs, 17 drawings, plans, documents, maps and diagrams, Glossary, and Bibliography. The cruiseliner 'Jupiter' was involved in a collision at sea on 21st October 1988, on board were 391 schoolchildren, 84 adults and 110 crew. In forty minutes the 'Jupiter' sank stern first, vertically, into the Aegean Sea. Two crew members died; a teacher and a child were never found. Sixteen children and 12 adults from Cator Park School in Kent (including this book's compiler) were on that fateful voyage. This is their account of the whole experience (preparation, sailing, the incident, being rescued, the aftermath).