I disagree, we will get some true words but it will be impossible to identify them. She has trouble answering direct questions without making a joke or attaching a story first. Kind of like arguing with one of my kids. They will focus on and expand a small detail that you got wrong (because decoding what they say can be very difficult and prone to errors) while ignoring the the bigger questions.
I think, and she has pretty much indirectly confirmed during Clean's interview, that she is a grossly incompetent sailor. She got spooked by things that were completely benign, probably "fixing" some which then made the situation worse. She comes up with reasons why things are happening that are just bizarre. Like the sharks' living room, dragon's triangle and sea animals looking after her welfare. She sees the pulpit slightly bent (looks fine to me in the video) and calls it "taken out". Same with the lifelines which she said were ripped out, but you can see them in the video and they look fine - there are many other examples.
From what I can tell she was afraid to raise the main fully because there was some rigging making noise. Fair enough, that is a decent reason. The rest of the story is her making weird decisions, most of which come from not understanding the world around her "we're not sure if all typhoons are tsunamis". So many times she references what someone has told her. She learns from anecdotes and does not seem to feel the need to pursue the issue any further - but considers herself competent and empowered. She's a poster child for the Dunning-Kruger effect.