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Rescued French sailor Alain Delord speaks at a media conference with... News PhotoAccidents and Disasters,Antarctica,Australia,Cruise,French Culture,Hobart - Tasmania,Horizontal,Hotel,Mode of Transport,Rescue,Rescue Worker,Sailor,Stepping,Talking,Tasmania,The MediaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPRescued French sailor Alain Delord (L) speaks at a media conference with Orion ship captain Mike Taylor in a hotel shortly after stepping off Antarctic cruise vessel the MV Orion in Hobart on January 22, 2013. A French sailor walked off the cruise ship that saved him after he spent three days adrift in a life-raft in the remote Southern Ocean, smiling and assisted by his rescuers. Alain Delord was marooned on a life-raft in mountainous seas about 500 nautical miles from southern Australia's Tasmania after his yacht was badly damaged in perilous weather during a solo round-the-world sailing attempt. AFP PHOTO / DAN HIMBRECHTS (Photo credit should read Dan Himbrechts/AFP/Getty Images)