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Bounty reach skyward as waves stirred by Hurricane Sandy pull the tall ship's hull to the seafloor on Monday. Bounty work together to unfurl the ship's main topsail in a 1962 National Geographic magazine picture.In 1789 the original Bounty was run ashore on Pitcairn Island, part of a British overseas territory in the southern Pacific Ocean, and later burned on the orders of Fletcher Christian, in an attempt to elude the British Royal Navy.
Bounty replica relax by playing music in this National Geographic photograph from 1962.Burned and sunken remains of the original Bounty were discovered in 1957 by National Geographic photographer and writer Luis Marden.

Bounty bid farewell to Captain Bligh and 18 of his loyal crew members in an artist's conception.The cause of the mutiny has never been made clear. Bounty juts from the seafloor off Pitcairn Island in this photograph taken in 1957, shortly after the artifact's discovery by National Geographic's Luis Marden.Marden, who had long been fascinated by the ship and its history, was also present for one of the early voyages of the Bounty's replica, built with the aid of the original plans.
The sailing vessela€”a replica of the 18th-century ship of the same namea€”was off North Carolina when the crew radioed in a distress call on Sunday, a day before Sandy's landfall near New York City.
Bounty from a life raft in the Atlantic Ocean on Monday.As of Tuesday afternoon, the Coast Guard said it would continuing to search for the one missing crew member, Capt. After having seen a rudder from the ship in a museum, Marden was inspired to search Pitcairn's Bounty Bay for other remains."Here was a chance to combine my interest in submarine photography with a story for the National Geographic on the Pitcairn colony," Marden wrote in a 1957 National Geographic magazine article.
Bligh himself conjectured that Christian and his co-conspirators thought they could be happier living in Tahiti than in England. The replica sank in the Atlantic Ocean this week after an encounter with Hurricane Sandy, one of the largest Atlantic hurricanes on record.The Bounty's captain, Robin Walbridge, is still missing. Petersburg, Florida, Captain Walbridge expressed optimism that his crew could navigate around the hurricane."Rest assured that the Bounty is safe and in very capable hands," Walbridge wrote on the vessel's Facebook page.

The dramatic rescue, which took place about 90 miles (145 kilometers) off the coast of North Carolina, was captured on video. Bligh, who survived the ordeal after sailing more than 3,600 nautical miles, later recounted the experience:"If you attempt to make the least resistance you will instantly be put to death," Fletcher told Bligh, in his recounting.
Bounty replica was also featured in a Pirates of the Caribbean movie.The original Bounty had become famous, or rather infamous, in 1789, after half its crew mutinied and abandoned the captain and his followers in a boat at sea. Coast Guard received a distress call from the Bounty, sinking about 90 miles (145 kilometers) off the coast of Hatteras, North Carolina.

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