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  1. God Bless your family. So very glad you were all able to be rescued. We know you are absolutely heartbroken about what happened, but things could have been far worse. Thank you for your beautiful words that are so inspiring. We are hoping and praying you can still find your boat. Don’t give up hope.

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  2. Not sure if this is useful at this point, over a month after the abandonment, but this website shows the likely routes of floating objects based on historical currents.

    I found another website with data for the last 30 days of current and wind, but someone would have to calculate the potential location by hand.
    I can be found:
    @Thenext14years on Facebook

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  3. Guys, you gotta come back up on the net! It’s not over. We’re headed to BVI in April and want to see you back there, on another boat. Seriously, I love that you were out there with your young family, I have two daughters and can’t wait to get out there like you did.


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