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RUSSELL CROWE IN KAYAK RESCUE DRAMA

Thursday September 6th, 2012
RUSSELL CROWE IN KAYAK RESCUE DRAMA

Kiwi movie hunk, Russell Crowe has been rescued by US coastguards after getting into a spot of bother in his kayak. The star of Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World got lost with fellow actor Chris Feather just off New York’s Long Island and were forced to beach their kayaks.
Fortunately the coastguards heard Crowe shouting to them from shore and went to the ‘Gladiator’s’ assistance.

The A-List New Zealander posted on Twitter to thank the rescue team for ‘guiding the way’.
He later posted. 'Not lost, we knew where exactly where we were, paddling around from CSH (Cold Spring Harbour) into wind, we ran out of day. Grand adventure eh @chris_feather?'

Coast Guard Petty Officer, Robert Swieicki said Crowe 'Just needed a little bit of help... he just got a little lost... It wasn't really a rescue, really, more of just giving someone a lift.'

And we’ll leave the final word to Captain Jack Aubrey from Master and Commander: ‘I command a king's ship, not a private yacht! WE DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR YOUR DAMNED HOBBIES, SIR!’
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