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Old 02-05-2014
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Re: 16 Months at adrift at Sea

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Originally Posted by caberg View Post
These guys appeared to have done a nearly identical drift, albeit in a few months less time. If one was feasible, I don't see why the other is not.
From the pics available on-line, that's pretty-much the same sort of boat.

Supposedly he sheltered during the day in a box normally used to hold the catch. One would presume, being a fishing boat, he had plenty of fishing gear so, assuming he didn't encounter any storms (possible in those lattitudes) it's theoretically possible.

Maybe time passes really quickly in South America??
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