I know that I’m way out of my element with this, but I don’t think boats are supposed to do that. Usually they stay on top of the water. Submarines are definitely an exception, but I don’t think an early 20th century steam-liner has any submarine-like capabilities. I’ve been wrong before, but I think that I’m pretty right in this case.
It’s not all fun and games here at the Borderline Blog for Boys. While things like bungie jumping off Niagara Falls while lighting firecrackers and shooting clay targets with an over/under while coloring outside the lines is undoubtedly an important part of any boy’s education, that’s not the end of it. Practical matters must be addressed. So just in case World War One breaks out again, the always-prepared Borderline Boy should learn how to start an S.E. 5a.
Deuced difficult, those Hispano-Suiza engines.