Scoot and Sully are sailing a really expense boat called the Sea Dog all by themselves "About fifteen miles off desolate Cabo Colnett." in the lines 31-32.
A giant wave came and had the "sails intact, now pointing towards the bottom." with Scoot still in side the boats galley in the line 82.
Sully sees a boat "more than two miles away." and the boat "would not be able spot the Sea Dog's mound and the man standing on it, waving frantically." in the lines 352-354
Scoot finally gets free and is safe and they are both relefed and "holding each other for warmth all night." in the lines 175.
Scoot and Sully are safe and get rescued by Mark Stevens who had "stopped to pick up its two chattering survivors." in the lines 381-382
"The Old Sea Dog stayed on the surface for a little while longer, having delivered her survivors to safety; then her air pocket breathed it's last and she slipped beneath the water." in the lines 388-391