"wagner did not "wait" 2 hours to call for help. wagner found her missing at or about 1:00, after a boat search he called for help at 1:30. davern claims that there was a stateroom arguement, this arguement is unsubstantiated but we will play along, remember the night before wood had a tiff about moving the boat, so a stateroom arguement is not out of the question considering the circumstances of the weekend. Okay, so they had an arguement in the stateroom, rj left and got with davern they went to the salon and pounded a few drinks. remember, wagner and davern were not only employer/employee they were friends and drinking buddies. wood and wagner worked hard and played hard big whoop. so, they were in the salon drinking, time went by, rj checked on wood, she and the dinghy were missing. What does not make sense is that davern (in his own words) knew wood was in the water and drank with rj while she was drowning, what if by chance she would have been rescued, there was no guarantee she would have been found or not. What does make sense is that wagner and davern were in the salon drinking and wood went missing, like they both reported to the police. davern admitted he lied to the police and changed his story and then promoted a book, wagner maintains his story. maybe wayne did hear cries for help and did nothing, if so wagner and davern would have never heard anything they were in the salon with the door and windows closed and the generator running. the key here is if rj had intent to harm wood and put her in the water there would be no guarantee that she would not be found e.g. make it to another boat or make it to shore. Do you really think he would take a chance like that? Common sense dictates not likely."