During the 12 August of 1912 it was produced the biggest natural catastrophe of the XX century in Spain.
A storm razed the basque coast, killing 143 sailors and leaving 62 widows, 205 orphans, 64 old fathers and 107 lower brothers.
The storm took their lives and left a deep mark in the coast villages. But in spite of the magnitude of the facts, the events were not narrate before, until now.
This is the story of the men who were sailing in the boats meanwhile, not so far of it, they were launching the biggest an most modern ship in the world: The Titanic.