- Release of report dredges up dark memories for Bounty shipwreck survivor
- Coast Guard: Management and captain failed to exercise "proper responsibility, judgment"
- The half-century old, 180-foot wooden sailing ship sank in 2012 in Hurricane Sandy
- An inexperienced deckhand died and the captain's body was never found; 14 crew survived
(CNN)If the management and the captain of the sunken tall ship HMS Bounty had "exercised the proper responsibility, judgment and prudence," the deaths of two people would have been prevented, according to a U.S. Coast Guard investigation report released Thursday.