“Its your first rescue mission! Is it not exciting!” chirped our over excited onboard helper, Amy. She was always super hyper. “We are close to our whale”. She squealed. Sometimes I wish she just stopped her incessant chattering. Especially now when I was not that excited.

I am a superb swimmer, superb diver, superb in everything related to water, but I had never done anything so far at sea. I tried my best to push the little chinks of fear out of my head. Fear was a dangerous thing, especially in a moment like this. Plus, it will be too embarrassing to show.

At first, I was a hopeless orphaned teenager. But then due to a swimming coach for little kids, my agility got noticed by many other people. And soon I entered competitions and important tournaments of diving and underwater swimming. Then I decided to push limits and…

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