After multiple days of flooding, three American sailors were rescued this past Sunday (May 30th) off the cost of Balboa, Panama.
The rescue has been attributed to successful use of their EPIRB on-board.
The U.S. Coast Guard News has the details:
The U.S. Coast Guard said it coordinated the rescue of three sailors aboard a sinking sailboat approximately 50 miles south of Balboa, Panama, at approximately 5:23 p.m., Sunday. The sailors, whose vessel was reportedly taking on water for several days, were rescued by the 600-foot motor vessel Glenda Meryl, an AMVER system vessel. Read More