Or, at minimum, big boat, little boat.
From the Daily Mail:
'I could get used to this': British sailor rescued by the Queen Mary 2 after his boat was severely damaged in transatlantic race reveals how he was 'treated like a prince' aboard the liner
- British cruise liner joined rescue effort after yachtsman struggled in stormy seas
- Queen Mary 2 and two further vessels responded to three emergency beacons
- Stricken sailor Mervyn Wheatley sent a mayday after his yacht was battered
A British yachtsman has relived the dramatic moment he was rescued by a cruise liner after his vessel became severely damaged in a transatlantic race.Stricken sailor Mervyn Wheatley sent a mayday after his yacht was battered beyond repair in a hurricane in the middle of the Atlantic.The former Royal Marine, 73, was taking part in a 7,500-mile transatlantic race when his boat was smashed by 50ft waves and winds of almost 70mph - but it was the Queen Mary 2 luxury liner steamed to his rescue.