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F/T SAVANNAH RAY Crew Rescued

February 16, the Alaska Coast Guard noted a 406 EPIRB alert from the SAVANNAH RAY, an 81-foot Fish Tender. Coast Guard watch-standers instigated radio checks to determine if the vessel needed assistance and received an incomplete MAYDAY from the crew.

The vessel was aground in Chiniak Bay near Kodiak, Alaska, the four crewmen on board had donned their survival suits and deployed the life raft. A Jayhawk from Kodiak flew to the grounded tender, retrieved the four fishermen, and flew them to emergency medical services in Kodiak. The weather at the time of the rescue was reported as 51 mph winds with 11-foot seas.

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