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On November 21, 1999, González, his mother Elizabeth Brotons Rodríguez, and twelve others left Cuba on a small aluminum boat with a faulty engine; González's mother and ten others died in the crossing. González and the other two survivors floated at sea until they were rescued by two fishermen, who handed them over to the U.S. Coast Guard.
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If NPS and state regulations differ, the NPS regulations apply.Please take precautions to avoid the spread of invasive aquatic species when fishing in Wrangell-St. Elias. When moving between water bodies, rinse and remove any plant debris, mud and sediment from gear, boats, and boat trailers, floatplane floats and rudders. Completely dry gear between systems or trips. If drying is not possible, freeze, wash with hot water (130 degrees F or higher) or decontaminate. Stateregulations prohibit the use of felt soled wading footwear when sport fishing in fresh water.
Little Elias lives in a unique world of interesting animated characters. The little rescue boat starts his career in the charming coastal village of Cozy Cove. Among the many colorful characters he encounters are the rough and tough deep sea fishing boat Trawler, who only cares about making money. The Singing Boathouses who comment on each day's events; and old Smacky who is mostly concerned about his tired hull and often falls asleep at sea. The rescue helicopter Helinor is a touch little gal who's good at straightening things out. And far out by the open seas stands the lighthouse Big Blinky who's been there as long as anyone can remember. Slowly but surely, Elias proves himself both trustworthy and brave, as he goes about saving one boat in dire straits after the other.
Elias is a good sport and doesn't take it amiss that there is no train named "Elias" on the Island of Sodor. But what joy and amazement he felt when we discovered that there is a wonderful little rescue boat in Norway that is the star of its own children's television series and has the same name as he does! And they both have blue eyes!
Elias and the Treasure of the Sea (Norwegian: Elias og jakten på havets gull) was released in 2010 and directed by Lise I. Osvoll. This film features the voices of, among others, Atle Antonsen and Dennis Storhøi. In this movie, the little rescue boat Elias and all his friends are looking forward to the annual fishing season, but industrial fishing vessels are threatening to destroy the livelihood of the entire village.
With the arrival of World War II, the U.S. Army and Navy ordered 55 vessels over a five-year period. Utility craft, steel tugs, crash boats, rescue boats, minesweepers, and sub chasers were launched in rapid succession. After the war, Burger devoted its efforts to producing pleasure yachts. Luxury cruisers and auxiliaries were built, and a line of custom and semi-custom yachts were introduced in 1949.
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Every year, roughly 1,500 searches and rescues are launched around Alaska for injured mountain climbers, lost hikers and snowmobilers, missing pilots and vessels that have found trouble. Recent weeks have seen search operations virtually every day. Just last week, searchers were called out to rescue a German hiker injured while crossing a glacier; to save five commercial fishermen whose boat sank; to pick up three men whose plane crashed in Prince William Sound; to find a missing hunter in the mountains above Palmer.
The National Park Service in Alaska also reports spending very little. Last year it spent $211,000, with one-quarter going toward Mount McKinley rescues. And it spent another $280,000 to have a specialized helicopter on standby in Talkeetna during the April to June climbing season. Nationally, the agency spends about $3 million. Most of that money goes to helping lost hikers, stranded boaters and swimmers in trouble, in that order. Climbers come in fourth but usually get the most publicity.
In Colorado, hunters and boaters automatically buy rescue insurance when they buy an annual license, Sheriff Masters said. Fifty cents from every license goes into a state pot to reimburse counties for their search and rescue costs. If a licensed hunter or boater needs a rescue, the cost is covered.