He sails the boat back towards the container but at this
point of sail he is not always able to heel the boat enough
to keep the water from coming in, so the water continues to
pour in every so often.
He finally approaches the shipping container again. It sits
in the water looking like every inch the destructive force
that it has been.
He looks back up at the wind indicator again trying to gauge
an approach strategy.
He turns the boat abruptly into the wind and comes up next to
the side of the submerged container.
He stalls out his boat, the water starts coming into the boat
again as the boat levels, he jumps back onto the container.
EXT. BOAT - SUBMERGED CONTAINER
He pulls out a knife from the holster on his belt loop and
cuts the rope that attached the sea anchor to the container.
As he is reaching out for the rope he drops his knife and it
rolls off of the container into the ocean.
OUR MAN recovers and takes the rope and jumps back on his
boat just as it begins to drift away.
EXT. COCKPIT OF THE BOAT
He now begins to pull the sea anchor back towards him. It is
a struggle. As he is pulling, he keeps looking behind him
down into the cabin at the water that is coming in through
But he must get the sea anchor back on board. He pulls and
pulls and finally the large orange parachute appears from
below the surface like some sort of fish net. He struggles to
empty the water from it and get it into the cockpit.
The second it is completely back on board he jumps up and
turns the wheel and gets the boat under way again back on the
point of sail that raises the gash above the waterline.
As he sails away he turns around and takes one last look at