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They had earlier been confirmed as from a castaway, not a crash victim.
The castaway stumbled off a boat in Majuro after a 22-hour journey from isolated Ebon Atoll where he was found last week.
During the weekend course, castaways will learn core survival skills involving fire, shelter, food and water.
The castaway looks up, to the deck, where no silhouettes of crew members can be seen.
Trish's relationship with fellow Castaway Trevor Kearon thrilled viewers of the hit series set on Taransay in the Outer Hebrides and produced daughter Erin, now five.
I am not going to sit and look a sad collection of eight CDs for the rest of my castaway life.
Charles left Fiji after spending his final day on idyllic Castaway Island - 19 miles off the coast of Viti Levu.
THE bleak windswept island of Taransay cast a spell over a couple who spent a year-long exile there in the BBC TV hit series Castaway 2000.
You will remember Brownlee is a co-owner of Castaway Island Grill at 500 Markham St.
STARS of TV docusoap Castaway were poorly prepared for the price of fame, the programme's psychologist claimed last night.