Alan, I did read what you wrote, most of it irrelevant to the actual incident and says very little, so would therefore not call it a 'report' as such.
I understand that everything happened so quickly, but I would have preferred to see more about the build up and subsequent actions taken in the minutes before and after the incident. Also Who was doing this, and who was doing that e.g. who was helming, who was resting, who had responsibility for what. This would more than likely have highlighted your good actions as skipper in getting the crew ready for bailing out which has been mentioned. Immediate initial memories are very important before the mind plays tricks and you start getting drawn towards one particular theory, it is also highly probable that you and the crew will remember certain things later when the dust has settled.
I am sure that you must still all be recovering from the incident, so perhaps in time this can be done. Just take your time and try your best to remember in your own time, there is no rush to zoom off again quickly
DeepSole, As you know I do carry spares/backups of the important stuff, I don't think it is amusing to knock people who have done their own risk assessment and choose this option. My baby is the most important thing to me, so when I go out with her on board I understand that I have other lives to think of as well