From Comments; I wonder, I have been on German merchant ships for more or less 20 years and, no doubt faced terrible storms and gales, but I admire the salesmanship of Germans how efficiently and perfectly they sailed during precarious and dangerous seasons, weather. The most dangerous storm we faced when we sailed from Puerto Madryn (Argentina) to Rio Grande, (Brazil). The voyage was hardly for 2 to 3 days, but when the storm took us after leaving the Argentinian port, we were unable to proceed Northwards, but the gales, storm and terrible winds were trying to sink us. But thanks for Almighty God, we stayed in open sea for more than 3 days. All the containers which were filled with concentrated apple juice, stowed on deck, were torn and the juice was flowing on the deck, ultimately falling into the sea. Per chance the Master of the ship, had the first sailing as Master, before he was 1st officer. But the Captain steered perfectly. For whole three days he either stayed on the wheel house drinking coffees and sandwiches, or on the deck inspecting containers. I think most dangerous or treacherous is BAY OF BISCAY, instead of Bermuda Triangle. I sailed through Bermuda Triangle more or less 22 times, in different months and seasons and nothing happened. I feared Bay of Biscay and in winter English Channel more than Bermuda Triangle.