Hello; The first thing that came to mind when I watched the first video was: Wreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald. I feel so sorry for the families of the lost sailors but at least some of them survived. When the little ship was tipped over by a large wave the captain of the ship was doing the right thing because ships are supposed to go towards the waves because it would tip the ship over if at a shallow water but i guess the ship`s captain was too slow. If I'm not mistaken the clip at 1:29 w/ the turquoise Yacht was actually a damn good save on the captains part. They were waiting for a bridge to open in a very tight port and the electronic throttle's became stuck wide open and he had like 5 second to decide what to do. He went for the cheapest safest location being a wood dock instead of another boat or a bridge with vehicles on it. At 4:50 I think I read something about this. If I remember correctly the captain actually decided to go full speed ahead to cause the front of the ship to "bite" more into the water effectively lowering the floating line and that's how he made it. Very impressive maneuver.