A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Peter Fogg
Date: 2010 May 30, 17:01 +1000
The voyage by William Bligh after the mutiny is probably one of the most enduring stories of navigational brilliance. Bligh is in my opinion one of the best navigators of all time along with James Cook. He was also much maligned after the event, (and continues to be so by the efforts of the film industry (who cares about truth? if it makes a good story?) but was completely exonerated by the admiralty.
The second time around he was quietly retired.