Two American siblings were forced to swim 14 hours to reach land after their fishing boat sank off the coast of St. Lucia.
The 30-year-old business owner and his 39-year-old sister were wrestling with a 200-pound marlin fish when water rushed into the cabin and flooded their engine room.
The siblings then swam for 14 hours and across 8 miles to reach land.
There was also a captain and first mate on the boat, but after waiting for help for an hour, the siblings started to swim for land.
They were hospitalized and treated for dehydration, but are fine.
The captain and mate were rescued after spending nearly 23 hours in the water.
HERE is a pic of the siblings.
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