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US Man missing for 2 days found clinging to capsized boat in Florida

17:15  30 november  2020
17:15  30 november  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A man from Florida who went missing off Port Canaveral, on Florida 's east coast was found alive, clinging to his capsized motorboat some 86 miles from shore almost two days from when The U.S. Coast Guard say 62-year-old boater , Stuart Bee, went missing in his 32-foot boat on Friday afternoon.

A FLORIDA man was found clinging to the side of his capsized boat two days after he was reported missing by his family. Stuart Bee, 62, was U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Veronica Dunn-Depretis told ABC News that Bee was not injured, and it was not clear why his 32-foot boat had capsized .

A boater who went missing in Florida for two days was found clinging to his capsized vessel far from shore early Sunday afternoon, the Coast Guard said.

The Coast Guard said crew members aboard a motor vessel spotted Stuart Bee, 62, on the hull of his 32-foot Sea Ray around 11 a.m. about 86 miles away from the coast of Port Canaveral, Florida, an hour east of Orlando.

Mark Vlaun, commanding officer of Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville, said Bee’s rescue was a “truly incredible outcome.”

Stuart Bee is recovered by the U.S. Coast Guard. (U.S. Coast Guard) © Provided by NBC News Stuart Bee is recovered by the U.S. Coast Guard. (U.S. Coast Guard)

“Saving lives at sea is our highest calling,” Capt. Mark Vlaun said in a statement. “Thank you to our mission partners that launch into action and to all who got the word out to find and rescue Mr. Bee.”

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(AP) — A 62-year-old boater who had been missing since Friday was found Sunday clinging to his capsized vessel off of Florida 's Atlantic coastline, the U.S. Coast The agency had been searching for signs of Stuart Bee and his 32-foot (9.7 meters) boat since he was reported missing on Friday.

A 62-year-old Florida man , whose family reported him missing on Friday after he failed to return from a boating trip, was found alive on Sunday, clinging to the The marooned mariner, Stuart Bee, was spotted Sunday by the crew of the 225-foot-container ship Angeles, holding on the hull of his boat in

It was unclear what Bee’s condition was, and what initially caused his boat to capsize.

Bee was last seen departing for sea from Cape Marina on Nov. 27, according to the Coast Guard.

The next day, a member at Cape Marina reported him missing after he did not return, saying Bee typically never stayed out overnight, the Coast Guard said.

The search involved a search and rescue team by boats and aircrafts, including the assistance of the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, the guard said.

Nearby mariners were also notified to keep an eye out for Bee and his missing motorboat.

Florida boater rescued 86 miles off coast: 'I thought, this is it' .
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