Exposition- This is the part of the story where the author introduces Sully and Scoot. It shows what is going to be going on in the story and how Sully teaches Scoot how to sail a boat.
Conflict- The conflict of the story is when the rouge wave takes over the boat and flips it on its side.
Rising action- The rising action is when Scoot gets trapped in the cabin. The doors become jammed and Scoot remains unconscious. Sully becomes very worried and tries to communicate with Scoot.
Climax- The climax of the book is when Scoot and Sully communicate and tap each other to find out that they are both alive. Sully tells Scoot to find the toolbox and flashlight to open the sky light.
Falling Action- Sully an Scoot reunite as Scoot finds a way out of the cabin. They become really happy that they both survived and went to look for help by another boat. They had high hopes to survive because they knew that the boat was within 20 miles of the coastline.
Resolution- The resolution of the story was that Sully and Scoot survived the boat sinking from the rouge wave. They solved this by helping Scoot out of the cabin and getting help from another ship.