Miracle At Sea
With Brett Archibald
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During this interview, I could feel my heart pound, as Brett described getting overthrown off the boat in the middle of the Indian Ocean, 100 kilometers out to sea on a wild and stormy night. He spent the next 28 and a half hours fighting for his survival to get back to his wife and children. Wanting to give up again and again, with ships and boats passing him by, a force greater than him keeps him alive until he is rescued. A story like you have never heard before!
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About Brett Archibald
Hailed as the miracle surfing survivor, South African born Brett Archibald’s account of the experience that changed his life forms the backbone of an amazing story that began when he went on a surfing trip to Indonesia with a group of childhood friends.
Having fallen overboard unconscious off a surf charter boat in the middle of a stormy night, being stung by jellyfish, eaten by small fish, attacked by seagulls, hit by a shark plus surviving the ordeal of swimming for 28.5 hours alone in the Mentawai Straits in the Indian Ocean, Brett Archibald experienced and lived to tell the tale of a trauma few others have.