Men rescued off the coast of Brazil after 35 days at sea tell of harrowing journey that force some to drink urine to survive

In the days after the food and water had run out, as the catamaran drifted helplessly in the Atlantic with a snapped mask and broken motor, there was nothing left to do but pray, said Muctarr Mansaray, 27.

“I pray every day. I pray a lot at that particular moment. I don’t sleep at night,” he said.

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