Skip to comments.Women rescued by Navy insist they’re telling the truth
Posted on 11/01/2017 4:22:06 PM PDT by sparklite2
Coast Guard officials told the Associated Press on Monday that the two women had an emergency beacon but never turned it on because they did not fear for their lives. If they had, rescue would have been headed their way in a matter of minutes.
The women said Tuesday they did not use the beacon because they never felt they were in immediate danger, yet they have been quoted as saying they did not think they would survive another day, and that they were fearful during a dramatic tiger shark attack that lasted six hours. Furthermore, the pair said they had been flagging vessels and sending distress signals for at least 98 days.
They also defended their claims that their boat would not fit into harbors on some Hawaiian islands, places where much larger vessels come and go regularly.
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I bet red snapper was on the menu many nights.
Must have had plenty of lip balm as well.
I read that article four more times and couldn’t see where the squids came in. Is the USS Ashland a Navy, Coast Guard or one of the USS Minnows fleet? Smart ass.
Don't forget the addition of "6 tons" of additional fiberglass on the hull to make the boat heavier and more stable..........
Looks like David Lee Roth finally got those hair extensions
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