This is the scene where Sully and Scoot are sailing in desolate area near Baja California, without knowing that there was a giant wave about to hit them. "A killer wave known to mariners as a "rouge wave" was approaching a desolate are of Baja California," lines 1-2. " He did not see the giant wave that had crept up silently behind the Sea Dog," lines 71-72.
This is the scene where a "rouge wave" hits their Sully's and Scoot's boat and they flip. Then she is trapped in the boat in danger. " The bow submerging and the boat going upside down." lines 80-81. " Scoot was hurled upward, legs and arms flying, her head striking the after galley bulkhead, and under the water were cans of oil, one of them leaking, Scoot's pretty face was splashed with engine oil," lines 83-85, 126-129.
This is the scene where Sully is pounding on the boat and telling Scoot to tap twice if she can hear him, and the sudden Sully heard a faint tapping. Lines 265-268, " Tap twice if you can hear me, she did not respond and he repeated what he'd said word for word, no response no taps from below." "Eyes closed, brain mushy, Sully heard a faint tapping and raise upon his elbows to make sure he wasn't dreaming," lines- 239-241.
Scoot finally finds a way to get out of the galley. " She pushed with all her strength, and this time the window opened, almost out of breath quickly pushed the Old Sea Dog released her," lines 368-370.
Thsi is the scene where Sully and Scoot finally see each other for the first time after Sully being trapped in the galley," He looked her way and saw the grim of triumph on the oil-stained face." Lines 368-370
This is the scene where Sully and Scoot are being rescued by the Red Rooster, " Came within a hundred yards of the upside-down sailboat and stopped to pick up it's two chattering survivors,'' lines 380-383.