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Photos: Crew hoisted to safety after Bounty replica sinks

Sandy caused a Canadian-built replica of HMS Bounty to sink Monday. Fifteen crew members were rescued, but one of them died in hospital. The search continues for the Bounty's captain

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An HMS Bounty replica is shown submerged in the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy approximately 145 kilometres southeast of Hatteras, North Carolina in this U.S. Coast Guard handout picture taken October 29, 2012. Of the 16-person crew, the Coast Guard rescued 14, recovered a woman and is searching for the captain of the vessel.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Tim Kuklewski/USCG/REUTERS

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This photo provided by the U.S. Coast Guard shows the HMS Bounty submerged in the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy approximately 145 kilometres southeast of Hatteras, N.C., Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. The Coast Guard rescued 14 of the 16 crew members by helicopter. Hours later, rescuers found one of the missing crew members, who later died. They are still searching for the captain.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Tim Kukl/U.S. Coast Guard/AP

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A crewman from the replica tall ship HMS Bounty is aided in the water by a member of the U.S. Coast Guard next to a life raft in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 144 kilometres southeast of Hatteras, North Carolina, October 29, 2012.

U.S.Coast Guard/Reuters

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In this image made from video and released by the U.S. Coast Guard, a USCG rescue swimmer, in water at right, and a crew member use a hoist to bring up a survivors into a helicopter. A replica tall ship caught in Hurricane Sandy's wrath began taking on water, forcing the crew to abandon the boat Monday in rough seas off the North Carolina coast.

U.S. Coast Guard/AP

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In this image taken from a video and released by the U.S. Coast Guard, a USCG crew member uses a hoist to bring up a survivor into a helicopter. A replica tall ship caught in Hurricane Sandy's wrath began taking on water, forcing the crew to abandon the boat Monday in rough seas off the North Carolina coast. The Coast Guard rescued 14 crew members by helicopter, but two people were still missing. (AP Photo/U.S. Coast Guard)

U.S. Coast Guard/AP

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In this image taken from video and released by the U.S. Coast Guard, a USCG crew member move a survivor from a sailing ship that sunk into a helicopter. A replica tall ship caught in Hurricane Sandy's wrath began taking on water, forcing the crew to abandon the boat Monday in rough seas off the North Carolina coast. The Coast Guard rescued 14 crew members by helicopter. A crew woman has died, and the Coast Guard continues to search for the ship’s captain.

U.S. Coast Guard/AP

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The crew of the replica tall ship HMS Bounty is aided by the U.S. Coast Guard after being rescued from the Atlantic Ocean, at the Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, October 29, 2012.

U.S. Coast Guard/Reuters

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The crew of the replica tall ship HMS Bounty is aided by the U.S. Coast Guard after being rescued from the Atlantic Ocean, at the Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, October 29, 2012.

U.S. Coast Guard/Reuters

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In this July 7, 2010 file photo, the tall ship HMS Bounty sails on Lake Erie off Cleveland. The U.S. Coast Guard rescued 14 members of the crew forced to abandon the HMS Bounty caught in Hurricane Sandy off North Carolina. A crew woman has died, and the Coast Guard continues to search for the ship’s captain.

Mark Duncan/AP

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