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'''February 24, 1997 [LAT:''' “Two Hospitalized After Pleasure Boat Capsizes. VENTURA — Two men were hospitalized after their pleasure boat was swamped by waves and capsized Sunday off the north coast of Santa Cruz Island. The boat, which began a daylong fishing trip from Ventura Harbor, was anchored in an unsafe direction for wind and sea conditions when it took on water about 11:10 a.m., tossing the owner and five passengers into the ocean near Potato Harbor, said Coast Guard Petty Officer Mark Wilkins. "There were Santa Ana winds, and somehow the stern got into the swell and a wave just broke into the boat and swamped it," Wilkins said, adding that the sunken boat remained fast to its anchor. The owner of the boat, 47-year-old David Kuo of Tarzana, put out a distress call that was picked up by the crew of the ''Jeffrey Arvid'', a 65-foot passenger vessel nearby. It arrived 15 minutes later. One man, Hong Wei Zhu, 42, was pulled from the water semiconscious and another, 64-year-old Spencer Chueng, was coughing up blood, according to Coast Guard officials. Two men boarded the ''Jeffrey Arvid'' and two others swam about 120 feet to some nearby rocks, where they clung until the Coast Guard arrived. Zhu and Chueng were airlifted by a Coast Guard helicopter to Columbia Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks. Zhu was treated and released, and Chueng was listed in guarded condition Sunday evening, a hospital spokeswoman said. Kuo was not injured. The three other passengers were identified as Hung Thai Hua of Rosemead, Jeremy Lai of Walnut and Bing Zhou of Alhambra. All four were taken by Coast Guard utility boat to Ventura Harbor.”

Revision as of 16:55, 21 January 2016

SHIPWRECKS: SANTA CRUZ ISLAND


In the News~

February 24, 1997 [LAT: “Two Hospitalized After Pleasure Boat Capsizes. VENTURA — Two men were hospitalized after their pleasure boat was swamped by waves and capsized Sunday off the north coast of Santa Cruz Island. The boat, which began a daylong fishing trip from Ventura Harbor, was anchored in an unsafe direction for wind and sea conditions when it took on water about 11:10 a.m., tossing the owner and five passengers into the ocean near Potato Harbor, said Coast Guard Petty Officer Mark Wilkins. "There were Santa Ana winds, and somehow the stern got into the swell and a wave just broke into the boat and swamped it," Wilkins said, adding that the sunken boat remained fast to its anchor. The owner of the boat, 47-year-old David Kuo of Tarzana, put out a distress call that was picked up by the crew of the Jeffrey Arvid, a 65-foot passenger vessel nearby. It arrived 15 minutes later. One man, Hong Wei Zhu, 42, was pulled from the water semiconscious and another, 64-year-old Spencer Chueng, was coughing up blood, according to Coast Guard officials. Two men boarded the Jeffrey Arvid and two others swam about 120 feet to some nearby rocks, where they clung until the Coast Guard arrived. Zhu and Chueng were airlifted by a Coast Guard helicopter to Columbia Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks. Zhu was treated and released, and Chueng was listed in guarded condition Sunday evening, a hospital spokeswoman said. Kuo was not injured. The three other passengers were identified as Hung Thai Hua of Rosemead, Jeremy Lai of Walnut and Bing Zhou of Alhambra. All four were taken by Coast Guard utility boat to Ventura Harbor.”

VESSEL WRECKED
Alvra 1919
Aurora 1952
Bell 1901
Billcona 1952
Black Dolphin 1968
Blazenka B 1977
Chappo 1897
Chelan 1978
Cinnamon Bear 1966
City of Sausalito 1941
Columbus 1936
Corsair 1953
Dolphin IV 1962
Eagle 1923
Elaine 1961
Englyn 1974
Five G's 2006
Francine 1901
Georgie 1964
Gladys l 1975
Golden Gate 1952
Grey Ghost 1926
Halfhill No. 5 1917
Helene 1898
Imperial 1936
International I 1918
Irene 1908
Jana Dawn 1978
Japanese fishing vessel 1917
Joan 1974
Kinkajou 1930s
Laura Bevan 1859
Lesto 1894
Liberty 1973
Lion 1924
Marie 1960
Marimari 1969
Mary 1968
Maryland 1927
Nellie 1912
Nigger Boy 1933
O.K. 1923
Peacock 1980
Pegasus 1983
U.S.S. Prime 1984
Ruth E 1955
San Buenaventura 1858
Santa Clara 1949
Santa Cruz 1960
Sea Lion 1906
Sea Lion 1956
Sea Wanderer 1970
Sea Lion 1956
Sierra 1972
Spirit of America 1980s
Swallow 1972
Tamarindo 19
Trilogy 1966
Typhoon 1931
Undine 1890
Unity 192
Vil Vana 1993
Vineth 1961
Wampas aka Grey Ghost 1926
White Cap 1966
Yukon 1938
Unknown name, California Fishing Co. 1917
Unknown name 1919
Unknown name 1970
Unknown name 1971