Women rescued by US navy after five months adrift at sea admit they weren’t prepared

Women rescued by US navy after five months adrift at sea admit they weren’t preparedThe two women who were rescued by the US navy after spending five months adrift at sea have admitted they weren’t prepared, with one of them having never sailed. Jennifer Appel said she and sailing partner, Tasha Fuiava, didn’t know what they were getting themselves into when they set off to sail the 2,700 miles from Hawaii to Tahiti in May. Ms Appel said: “I had no idea what I was getting myself into.



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