A salvage crew that discovers a long-lost 1962 passenger ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the Bering Sea soon notices, as they prepare to tow it back to land, that "strange things" happen...

Epps: After you.
Murphy: No, after you.
Munder: No, no, no, no, no. After me.
Jack Ferriman: Last month I was out in the middle of the Strait when I came across this.
Epps: Congratulations. You found a boat. In the middle of the ocean, of all places.
Epps: Have you told anyone else about this?
Jack Ferriman: Not a living soul.
Munder: I just think I shit my pants.
Dodge: No, you always smell that way.
Dodge: You smell that? I smell bullshit!
Dodge: You want to build a raft?
Greer: I wanna build a raft!
Jack Ferriman: Looks like someone used it for target practice.
Epps: That's the happy version.
Jack Ferriman: What's the not-so-happy version?
Epps: There were people in there.
[last lines]
Epps: No!
Murphy: These Italian liners, ya know, they couldn't compete for speed, so they built these floating art palaces instead.
Jack Ferriman: You okay? You seem quiet since you came back.
Epps: I think I saw something I couldn't possibly have seen.
Jack Ferriman: Like what?
Epps: No, it's crazy. It doesn't matter.
Jack Ferriman: No, I'm curious, tell me.
Epps: I think I saw a little girl.
Jack Ferriman: On, on the, the boat?
Greer: Earlier, when I was doing my recon, I could swear I heard a women's voice singing to me. It was like she was, like she was coming on to me or something.
Munder: Oh, no.
Greer: It was the sexiest voice I ever heard, man.
Santos: She got any backup singers?
Munder: Brother, whatever you're on, get me some!
Dodge: I think maybe you're not quite ready to get married, Greer.
Murphy: I do know one thing. I've seen strange things happen in the strait. But I know something else. Sea gives you an opportunity, you take it.
Epps: Call me if you need anything.
Dodge: How about a pizza?
Epps: [sarcastically] You're SO funny!
Munder: What's with the heart?
Epps: Found it. Belonged to this little girl.
Dodge: What girl?
Epps: She told me to get off this boat.
Jack Ferriman: You mean she's talking to you now?
Munder: What the hell are you guys talking about?
Munder: Who the fuck you kidding, Greer? Everybody knows you Navy boys take it up the ass.
Epps: Oh God, you really are a fucking ghost.
Jack Ferriman: You're pathetic.
Epps: Wanna hear something funnier? We just found a bunch of dead guys floating in the laundry room.
Epps: I saw that little girl again.
Jack Ferriman: What? Where?
Epps: I must be losing my goddamn mind!
Dodge: Can I tell you something else? When we get back, I'm gonna take my money and I'm gonna buy you a bathtub.
Greer: Francesca, I know all of this isn't real. So I'm just gonna go with it, okay? Can't cheat on your fiancée with a dead girl, right?
Katie: You must go at once. Leave the ship while you still can!
Santos: Because of the plan, I'm trapped on this dreamboat of yours. So, you know what? You're coming along for the ride!
Epps: You mean, what's a nice girl like me doing in a dump like this, instead of raising a family? Simple. I own a third of Murphy's operation, I'm not that nice, and these monkeys... are my family.
Dodge: Hey, check this out.
Munder: Hey, it's a watch. Congratulations, buddy.
Dodge: No... look again, you moron! It's a digital watch. Do the math. They didn't have digital watches in 1962.
Munder: Where's your empathy?
Dodge: Winners do not empathize with losers.
[first lines]
Greer: I can't hold her much longer, Murph. Port bow is heeling. She's taking on way too much water.
Dodge: I shot Ferriman, he's dead.
Epps: Yeah, don't be so sure Dodge!
Epps: Not the same as flying weather planes over ice sheets, is it? What's the appeal?
Katie: We're all trapped here.
Epps: Who?
Katie: My shipmates and I.
Jack Ferriman: Well, you live for her. You willing to die for her?

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