The crew out to film the Titanic at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean had to scramble this past week but it wasn't over an iceberg, but a hurricane.
After some great photography was completed, that will continue once Hurricane Danielle stops sending out forty-foot waves, the crew decided to go ashore and wait it out.
Jean Charcot has been told he made the right decision by the experts.
"I didn't want to be as stubborn as the Titanic's original crew who thought the ship was practically unsinkable", stated Charcot.
"The twin Autonomous Underwater Vehicles "Mary Ann" and "Ginger" used sonar to map a huge area for the crew. This reporter, Tooter Day, could not get close enough to a member of the crew to ask them why they gave them those two names. Some mythology no doubt."
"Once Danielle goes on her merry way, they will get back to work and we should see the results soon."
Update: "Several of us (reporters) were able to talk to two of the deep sea divers who were going down pretty deep before the storm, but they couldn't understand what we were saying. One did scream that everyone sounds like Yoko Ono in her death throes until their hearing is restored."