|Route:||Picton to Tonga|
|Fate:||Capsized at 6am on June 4, 1989 by a rogue wave, drifted for 119 days and sank at Little Waterfall Bay|
Rose-Noëlle was a trimaran that capsized at 6am on June 4, 1989 in the southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Zealand. Four men (John Glennie, James Nalepka, Rick Hellriegel and Phil Hoffman) survived adrift on the wreckage of the ship for 119 days.
- Steven Callahan, survived 76 days adrift in the Atlantic.
- Dougal Robertson, survived 38 days adrift in the Pacific.
- Maurice and Maralyn Bailey, survived 117 days adrift in the Pacific.
- Poon Lim, who survived for 133 days adrift in the Atlantic.
- Nalepka, James. Capsized: The true story of four men adrift for 119 days. ISBN 978-0060179618.
- Glennie, John. The Spirit of Rose-Noelle: 119 days adrift: a survival story. ISBN 0-449-22082-6.
- "Safe haven". Magazine of the Queen Elizabeth II National Trust. November 2006 – via thebarrier.co.nz.
- "Hope remains for couple lost at sea". The Age. 27 July 2005.
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