It is possible that there is still a crew, a ship and a damsel in distress from Acadiana out on the Southern seas. She is a very capable and fun and faith-filled damsel on a worthy ship.I should have left more of these breadcrumbs earlier on. I did mention her before on my Facebook timeline. But it is not impossible the small ship is still disabled. I would ask anyone who has friends or relatives flying the southern skies or sailing the southern seas to keep an eye open for the Niña. This wooden ship could survive for over a year disabled as could her crew it has been nine months. I cannot find the records but I believe I met Danielle.
The odds are the crew has perished. But if everyone in the larger does only what they can afford in terms of time and money it keeps the sea community and caring community in practice and will not be a waste of resources. For her loved ones this is a struggle they cannot abandon in good conscience. People have survived for longer periods of time. Please consider doing something to help. A picture of the boat on the bulletin board on every southern seas freighter would be a start.