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Thorgisl[ edit ] Icelander Thorgisl set out to travel to Greenland. He and his party were first driven into a remote sound on the east coast of Greenland. Thorgisl, his infant son and several others were then abandoned there by their thralls. Along the way they met a Viking, an outlaw who had escaped to East Greenland. After many years on the run he and two companions went to the forbidden island of Drangey , where he lived several more years before his pursuers managed to kill him in He had lost his right hand, the thumb of his left hand, his nose and his ears as punishment for mutiny and apostasy for converting to Islam.

For the rest of his life - he died about - Lopes stayed on the island, except for two years around , when the Portuguese king helped him travel to Rome, where the Pope granted him absolution for his sin of apostasy. Magellan put it down and executed some of the ringleaders.

He then punished two others: They were never heard from again. Gonzalo de Vigo was the first recorded European castaway in the history of the Pacific Ocean.

The young man joined her, as did a servant woman, both of whom later died, as did the baby de la Rocque bore. Marguerite survived by hunting wild animals and was later rescued by fishermen.

The ship was famous because it was wrecked on Morning Reef of the Wallabi Group of the Houtman Abrolhos , off the west coast of Australia leading to the infamous Batavia Mutiny and mass killings. When all culprits were arrested on the islets, most of them were either hanged or sent to court in the town of Batavia now Jakarta. They were the first Europeans to reside in Australia.

Abel Tasman whose last name now names Tasmania was subsequently ordered to search for the castaways on his voyage along the coasts of northern Australia in but did not sail that far south. They were not seen again by Europeans. It has been argued by Rupert Gerritsen in And Their Ghosts May Be Heard and subsequent publications that they survived and had a profound influence on local Aboriginal groups such as the Nhanda and Amangu.

At least 75 individuals made it to shore, where they camped. Seven men departed in a boat, making for Batavia, now known as Jakarta, at the western end of Java.

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They arrived there on 7 June and raised the alarm. A number of ships were then dispatched over the following two years to search for the survivors who had remained behind, but an incorrect latitude meant the searches focused on the wrong area. The original campsite, by then abandoned, was not found until 26 February , by a shore party led by Upper Steersman Abraham Leeman.

Archaeological investigations are continuing in an endeavour to locate the original campsite. Upper Steersman Abraham Leeman and 13 others[ edit ] On 28 March , while searching for the 68 survivors of the wreck of the Vergulde Draeck along the lower central west coast of Western Australia , Upper Steersman Abraham Leeman and his boat crew of 13 from the Waeckende Boey [4] were inexplicably abandoned by the skipper, Samuel Volkersen of that ship.

Their boat was in poor condition, they had no water, just a few pounds of flour contaminated by seawater, and some rashers of bacon. Leeman, who kept a journal, [5] rallied his crew. They found water by digging on an offshore islet, and then killed seals and dried the meat, using the skins to raise the sides of the boat.

Leeman even constructed his own compass. They then set sail for Java. In endeavouring to land their boat was wrecked and many of the men ran off into the jungle. Leeman and his three remaining companions then walked the full length of the south coast of Java, through jungle, volcanic country, braving marauding tigers along the way. Upon getting to the western end of Java they were captured by a Javanese prince and held for ransom. The Dutch then paid the ransom and Leeman and his compatriots finally made it to Batavia Jakarta on 23 September When he was hunting for goats in the interior of the island he suddenly saw his comrades departing in haste after having spotted the approach of enemies, leaving Will behind to survive until he was picked up in Selkirk, a sailor with the William Dampier expedition, became concerned about the condition and seaworthiness of the Cinque Ports , the vessel on which he was sailing, and chose to be put ashore on the island.

The ship later sank with most of its crew being lost. He survived on the island for four years and four months, building huts and hunting the plentiful wildlife before his rescue on 2 February His adventures are said to be a possible inspiration for Robinson Crusoe , a novel by Daniel Defoe published in Philip Ashton Philip Ashton, born in Marblehead, Massachusetts in , was captured by pirates while fishing near the coast of Nova Scotia in June He survived for 16 months, in spite of many insects, tropical heat, and crocodiles.

He had no equipment at all until he met another castaway, an Englishman. The Englishman disappeared after a few days but he left behind a knife, gunpowder, tobacco, and more. Ashton was finally rescued by the Diamond, a ship from Salem, Massachusetts. It is now thought to have struck the Zuytdorp Cliffs on the central coast of Western Australia in early June The first signs of the wreck were found in but it was not until that the identity of the wreck was confirmed by Dr Philip Playford.

Exactly how many people survived the disaster is uncertain and estimates vary from 30 up to or more. There has been speculation that the survivors headed east along the Murchison River , 60 kilometres to the south. He was set ashore on the uninhabited Ascension Island on 5 May as a punishment for sodomy. He was left behind with a tent, a survival kit, and an amount of water sufficient to last about four weeks.

He had bad luck in that no ships called at the island during his stay. He ate seabirds and green turtles , but probably died of thirst after about six months. He wrote a diary that was found in January by British mariners who brought the diary back to Britain.

The diary was rewritten and published a number of times. In , the full truth of the story was disclosed in a book by Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen — , the first to mention Leendert by name. However, the crew was unable to find fresh water or sufficient food on the island.

With a limited food supply, consisting mostly of crabs and coconuts , the sailors began to die from dehydration and starvation. Approximately years later, in , a Japanese seaweed collector found the bottle. The bottle had washed ashore in the village of Hiraturemura, where Matsuyama was born. However, realising that they would require more provisions for the expanded number of passengers, Barnard and a few others went out in a party to retrieve more food.

During his absence, the Nanina was taken over by the British crew, who left them on the island.

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Barnard and his party were finally rescued in November Unknown to them, on May 11, , the ship Invercauld bound from Melbourne to Callao was wrecked in bad weather on the west coast of the same island. From the initial crew of 25, only 19 made it to shore and after more than a year spent on the island only 3 men survived starvation and cold, being rescued by a ship looking for a shelter to make repairs.

Other castaways in history include: The men were adrift for 33 days and fed on tuna. The two men, aged 53 and 26, were also involved in a rare incident upon landing when the year-old found that his uncle, who had disappeared at sea more than 25 years ago and was long believed dead, had landed in the Marshall Islands as well and married there, where he also had children.

The man said that a shark swam around the boat and took it off in a direction. He followed it and as he followed it with his eyes he looked up and there was the stern of a purse seiner with a bunch of crewmen with binoculars looking at him.

He said another fisherman sailing with him had died several months before he was rescued. He reportedly survived by eating turtles, birds and fish caught with his bare hands. Along with his year-old uncle Reniel Omongos and other fishermen, Rolando Omongos sailed off from General Santos City , Philippines aboard a purse seiner. On January 10, , a storm separated Rolando and his uncle from their mother boat and they ran out of fuel five days later. Rolando survived on rainwater and moss growing at the hull of his 2.

Reniel, who was on another small boat, died after one month due to hunger and exposure. During his ordeal, Omongos claimed that "no fewer than four vessels" would pass him everyday, yet they failed to see him.

Illustration of Crusoe standing over Man Friday after freeing him from the cannibals. Various novels, television shows and films tell the story of castaways: