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Old 17-08-2013, 17:59   #841
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BlueSun, I think it's not local time but where TomNod is. Spoke with several people and say they use pages not lat/long for their imagery. Probably easier to catalog for referencing I guess!. You can click on the link for Nina and TomNod and perhaps get more info there.
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

News report today in the Australian press:

The Nina: Fresh search for missing yacht
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From possible loss what is the time span if in a raft?
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

The book "Survival at Sea" describes 65 or so days in a liferaft.

May they be found safe and sound.
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If relying on stuff in the raft... 1 to 3 weeks... maybe.
If planning ahead for possible disaster and have spare water jugs and basic rations like energy bars etc at hand with the grab bag it could be up to 3 to 4 mths.... also depends on the size of raft...
I know it says 4-6-8 man but believe me... sealed up against weather the combination of seasickness and CO2 build up will wear folk down fast... if they had to abandon to a raft I feel any find will be a recovery of 2 or 3... the others would have been shoved over the side as they expired..
Harsh but true I'm sorry to say... there have been some remarkable survivals but how they did it is not a path I wish to explain.
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

Can SAR NZ/AUS be requested to conduct search of this area again?

Perhaps it is a good idea to push some?

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Sorry i was more meaning from the time they may have hopped in the raft to say tomorrow what timespan may have evolved?
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

What Raft or Rafts did they have on board, Dinghy, Etc, Life Bouys,

1992, 84 days in a life raft after hitting whales, Sinking their two masted schooner,

On route Wellington NZ, to Vanuatu, I think it was, They got picked up by a Chinese Fishing Factory ship, Off Tonga,

6 on board, all survived, A Family, Plus one,
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BrittandSlim Latch ▶ ~Holding Hope for the Nina~ Aircraft just took off and is in the air Photos from BrittandSlim Latch's post in ~Holding Hope for the Nina~ 18 minutes ago View Full Size Report Photo

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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

are any other boats in the area,
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

Have you talked to NZ SAR already? What is their stand?

They have the best equipment to fly over the largest area possible.

Fingers crossed.

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They are in the loop. Cherie
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

Just picked up September issue of Soundings. Cover story was of Nina, titled "Vanished."

Here's hoping you make 'em wrong.

God's luck to you all!
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Re: Schooner Nina - MERGED 3 THREADS

Will make for a hell of a movie if these blokes turn up.

Certainly don't feel any blame can be rightfully placed on NZ rescue services. Families emotions are no doubt still running high, but there is a limit to what can be expected.

I'm ambit curious where exactly this image came from. I read a "crowd sourcing" site. Not totally sure what that is but sound something like a Wiki.

Anyhow, standing by; Again
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