Russell Crowe rescued after missing with his kayak

The dangers of the sea and the danger of the dark of night when sailing on any ship, no matter how skilled you may be, may be the cause that ultimately ends up being "rescued.". What happened to the actor Russell Crowe this weekend to go out and enjoy your kayak off the coast of New York.

The New Zealand actor, 48 years old, has lived an adventure with his friend when he had to be rescued by the Coast Guard because they were asked by night off the coast of Long Island, in the state of New York , and both lost their way. 

While the actor denies that have been lost, according to a message posted by him on his Twitter account, Crowe says they got dark when they sailed round the coast of Cold Spring Harbour: "not lost,we knew where exactly where we were, paddling around from csh into wind, we ran out of day. Grand adventure eh ".

But Coast Guard Petty Officer Robert Swieciki, has not the same version as the explanation by actor. According Swieciki, Russell Crowe and his friend lost their way until they finally went ashore leaving their kayaks in Huntington Bay, about 16 kilometers east of where they departed with them. The Coast Guard patrolling the area heard the actor's name was shouted from the shore, about ten o'clock at night.

http://www.abc.es/Media/201209/03/russell-crowe-accidente-kayak--644x362.JPG"I just needed a little help because they were lost", said the sergeant Swieciki for the newspaper "Telegraph". Clarifying the situation experienced also commented: "It really was not a bailout, was more" help them out". No one called 911 or nothing. The Coast Guard found the situation".

That does not mean that both people were like crazy to enjoy a weekend afternoon, on the contrary. Russell Crowe and his friends are experts in the kayak and both were well equipped for safety at sea. Swieicki has confirmed that none of them was injured and that the men were wearing the lifejacket. Is paramount before going to sea to make any journey in any type of vessel and the actor has been a case in point.

Russell Crow sent a message on Twitter at 1:30 am Sunday, thanking the officers, and said he had been in the water about four hours.

With this new experience can get an idea to produce and even play a remake of the Tom Hanks movie "Cast Away", a sequel or a new movie about this event.

For now Crowe is in Long Island filming a movie called "Noah" in Oyster Bay. The biblical story is directed by American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky and its release is expected to be in 2014.

No comments: