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Rose-Noëlle
History
NameRose-Noëlle
RoutePicton to Tonga
FateCapsized at 6am on June 4, 1989 by a rogue wave, drifted for 119 days and sank at Little Waterfall Bay
General characteristics
TypeTrimaran
Tonnage6.5 tons
Length12.6 m
Map of the last voyage

Rose-Noëlle was a trimaran that capsized at 6 AM on June 4, 1989, in the southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Zealand.[1][2] Four men (John Glennie, James Nalepka, Rick Hellriegel and Phil Hoffman) survived adrift on the wreckage of the ship for 119 days.[3]

Landing place of the Rose-Noëlle at Little Waterfall Bay on Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
Landing place of the Rose-Noëlle at Little Waterfall Bay on Great Barrier Island, New Zealand

In popular culture

Their story is told in the 2015 New Zealand television film Abandoned, starring Dominic Purcell and Peter Feeney, along with Owen Black and Greg Johnson. It was directed by John Laing.[4]

Actors

  • Dominic Purcell as James Nalepka
  • Peter Feeney as John Glennie, owner of Rose-Noëlle
  • Owen Black as Rick Hellriegel
  • Greg Johnson as Phil Hoffman
  • Siobhan Marshall as Martha
  • Daniel Cleary as Laing
  • Serena Cotton as Heather
  • Rachel Nash as Karen Hoffman

See also

General

References

  1. ^ Phare, Jane (2009-09-30). "Lost at sea: The Rose-Noelle story". New Zealand Herald. ISSN 1170-0777. Retrieved 2017-02-20.
  2. ^ "119 days lost at sea - YBW". YBW. 2013-12-06. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  3. ^ Awarau, Aroha (Sep 21, 2015). "The Rose Noelle: 25 years on, a wife's true story". New Zealand Woman's Weekly. Archived from the original on 2016-08-16.
  4. ^ Purcell, Dominic; Feeney, Peter; Black, Owen; Johnson, Greg (2015-08-30), Abandoned, retrieved 2017-02-20

Further reading

External links

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