ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. -- More than a dozen crew members are back on dry land Monday after being adrift in the Outer Banks.
One of the two people still missing after the coast guard was called to a boat rescue on monday has been found.
Claudene Christian, 42, was found unresponsive hours after 14 people were pulled from life boats off the coast of Hatteras.
Now the captain, Robin Walbridge, 63, is still missing.
The crew members of HMS Bounty abandoned their ship about 160 miles from the center of Hurricane Sandy Monday.
Officials said this type of rescue is always a challenge because there is no way to train for this type of weather.
The 180 foot ship is a replica of the the original HMS Bounty and was featured in the movie "Mutiny on the Bounty."
The ship's owner called the Coast Guard Sunday night saying she'd lost contact with the crew. The ship was reportedly adrift and taking on water when the crew decided to abandon it.
The Coast Guard will conduct an investigation with HMS Bounty crew members.
The search for Capt. Walbridge continues.
The Coast Guard released the names of the rescued crew and those still missing:
• Daniel Cleveland, 25
• John Svendsen, 41
• Matthew Sanders, 37
• Adam Prokosh, 27
• Douglas Faunt, 66
• John Jones, 29
• Drew Salapatek, 29
• Joshua Scornavacchi, 25
• Anna Sprague, 20
• Mark Warner, 33
• Christopher Barksdale, 56
• Laura Groves, 28
• Jessica Hewitt, 25
• Jessica Black, 34
• Robin Walbridge, 63
Coast Guard Rescues 14, Searches for 2 from HMS Bounty
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News 14: One of missing HMS Bounty crew found; captain still missing off NC coast
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