Tourist saved after ‘clinging to surf board for 3 days’ in Spain

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    Estepona, Costa del Sol, Malaga Province, Andalusia, southern Spain. Harbor and apartment blocks.

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    A male was saved after being discovered holding on to a surf board in the ocean off the coast of Marbella in Spain (Picture: Getty Images / Collection Mix: Sub)

    A British male discovered holding on to a surf board declared he was drifting at sea for 3 days after falling off a cruise liner.

    The Spanish coastguard got the 55-year-old off the coast of Marbella the other day afternoon.

    He was identified by team members on a private yacht called Estelar, who called the coastguard to come to his rescue.

    The male supposedly informed the team members he had actually invested 3 days at sea after falling off a cruise liner.

    The path of the cruise liner is unidentified, as is how he acquired the surf board, regional papers reported.

    Coastguard vessel Salvamar Vega took him to Estepona Port prior to an ambulance took him to a regional health centre to be dealt with for hypothermia.

    Police have actually not yet discussed the occurrence however are anticipated to question him as soon as he has actually recuperated.

    It is not understood if the male was a traveler or is a citizen there.

    Salvamento Maritimo rescue boat (Picture: Contando Estrelas)

    A rescue boat was contacted us to assist the male (Picture: Contando Estrelas)

    Rio Verde Beach in Marbella, Malaga, Spain

    It is uncertain whether the British male is a traveler or a citizen (Picture: Getty Images / Cavan Images)

    The rescue has actually sustained a wave of speculation about how the secret male wound up on a surf board.

    One social networks user stated: ‘I’m captivated about this story, due to the fact that discovering a surf board while you’re lost at sea would be even complete stranger than falling off a boat with the surf board.’

    Another included: ‘What’s the story, that they tossed the surf board to him when he fell rather of saving him?’

    Spain was placed on the UK Government’s necessary quarantine list in July, triggering turmoil as travelers hurried house with simply 5 hours’ notification.

    British holidaymakers trying to find a summertime break there now should self-isolate for 14 days on their go back to Britain.

    Last week, Spain tape-recorded a brand-new single-day record for coronavirus cases given that the nation emerged from a three-month lockdown in mid-June.

    Some 7,039 validated cases were reported on Thursday, triggering Spain’s chief epidemiologist to inform an interview: ‘Don’t be puzzled, things are not working out.’

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