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    In this image from U.S. Navy video, Jennifer Appel holds up a sign as rescuers approach her crippled sailboat, the Sea Nymph about 900 miles southeast of Japan. (U.S. Navy via AP)

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    Tasha Fuiaba climbs a ladder to board the USS Ashland after the ship rescued her and Jennifer Appel on Oct. 27, 2017.

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    Jennifer Appel, right, and Tasha Fuiava sit with their dogs on the deck of the USS Ashland Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, at White Beach Naval Facility in Okinawa, Japan. The U.S. Navy ship carrying two sailors it rescued from their storm-battered sailboat in the Pacific docked Monday at the American naval base in Japan. Appel and Fuiava were standing with the USS Ashland's commanding officer and others high on the bridgeway when the ship arrived at the naval facility in Okinawa, five days after it picked up the women and their two dogs from their boat, 900 miles southeast of Japan.(AP Photo/Koji Ueda)

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    This satellite image shows the Pacific Ocean around Hawaii on May 3, 2017. The 2 Honolulu women said their 50-foot sailboat left Hawaii on May 3 and encountered a "Force 11" tropical storm their first night – a storm that lasted for three days. The National Weather Service in Honolulu says no organized storm systems were in the area at the time.

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    Tasha Fuiava, left, and Jennifer Appel speak on the deck of the USS Ashland at White Beach Naval Facility in Okinawa, Japan, on Monday, 5 days after the vessel picked them up from their sailboat, about 900 miles southeast of Japan.

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