HMS Bounty: Search for missing captain continues (+video)


The Coast Guard will continue its' search for the captain of the tall ship HMS Bounty which sank after an intense battering during yesterday's storm.

Rescue workers found one crew member of the ship, seen in such blockbuster films as "Mutiny on the Bounty" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," dead.

The HMS Bounty is a replica of the original 18th-century ship captained by William Bligh, who had an infamous disagreement with his acting Sailing Master, Fletcher Christian. The Mutiny on the Bounty became a famous tale,

3:30pm ET: A 180-foot, 3-mast replica of the 18th century tall ship HMS Bounty sank on Monday, Oct. 29 during the epic surf and winds from Hurricane Sandy, 90 miles southeast of Hatteras, North Carolina. Sixteen people

The HMS Bounty, a tall ship most recognized for its role in Hollywood films like 2006's “Pirates of the Caribbean,” lost a battle with the hurricane Monday, with one crew member dead and the captain missing. The Post's Ian Shapiro details the ship's