Should we just rescue the guys on the Berring Sea who fish for crab in horrendous conditions?
Those guys are a professional crew, with professional training. you can bet that MOST of them know CPR and they for sure know how to watch each other's back.
They are also on ships that are a kabillion times stronger, designed from the ground up for that specific task. Those boat are also very well maintained, again by professionals in Seattle and that's all they do. They are staffed with an engineer who knows every sound that thing is supposed to make, and they carry a lot of spare parts.
Since they are licensed up the yin yang, there's really only a hadful of boats out there, and every one of them knows every one of the other captains AND crew personally. They are friends and there is actually a pretty good support system, many of the parts are similar and they will share spares if needed and for sure assist a rescue.
Then on top of that, they are very will equipped with survival equipment that is up to the task.
When they go out, the do it knowing full well that 90% of the time a rescue will simply not be possible no matter what.
And So lastly they watch the weather religiously, and I absolutely guarantee you those boats would have been in port.
but yeah the coast guard should try to rescue them if possible. They aren't out there being idiots for no reason.