Thanks to the overwhelming response of us sailors, the U.S. Coastguard is resuming the search for four missing British sailors in Atlantic after nearly 200,000 sign petition calling on them to continue hunt.
The U.S. Coastguard has resumed the search for four missing British sailors after nearly 200,000 people signed a petition begging authorities not to give up on the Cheeki Rafiki crew. The news comes after more than 40 private boats vowed to start their own search for Andrew Bridge, Paul Goslin, Steve Warren and James Male who have been missing in the Atlantic since Friday.
The U.S. Coastguard told the family of Somerset sailor Steve Warren early Tuesday afternoon that they will be liaising with Canadian and British authorities and would relaunch the search from the air imminently. Petty officer Jennifer Robertson said: ‘The U.S. Coast Guard has resumed search efforts for the missing crew of the Cheeki Rafiki. More information will released as updates on the search effort are available.’ Read on.