A mariner and his 25-foot sailing vessel are being towed to Molokai after spending 12 days lost at sea Dec. 9, 2014. Ron Ingraham is currently aboard Coast Guard Cutter Kiska, a 110-foot Island-class patrol boat home ported in Hilo, en route Kaunakakai, Molokai, with his sailing vessel Malia in tow. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo)
A mariner and his 25-foot sailing vessel are being towed to Molokai after spending 12 days lost at sea Dec. 9, 2014. Ron Ingraham is currently aboard Coast Guard Cutter Kiska, a 110-foot Island-class patrol boat home ported in Hilo, en route Kaunakakai, Molokai, with his sailing vessel Malia in tow. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo)
A mariner and his 25-foot sailing vessel are being towed to Molokai after spending 12 days lost at sea Dec. 9, 2014. Ron Ingraham is currently aboard Coast Guard Cutter Kiska, a 110-foot Island-class patrol boat home ported in Hilo, en route Kaunakakai, Molokai, with his sailing vessel Malia in tow. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo)

REPORT FROM THE US COAST GUARD – HONOLULU — A mariner and his 25-foot sailing vessel have been safely transferred to Molokai after spending 12 days lost at sea.

A 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew from Station Maui completed the transfer of Ron Ingraham and his sailboat Malia to Kaunakakai, Molokai, at 8:50 a.m., Wednesday.

Ingraham, 67, who had been missing since Nov. 27 was found alive and uninjured aboard his 25-foot sailing vessel Malia 64 miles south of Honolulu, Tuesday.

Ingraham was last heard from when he placed two mayday calls Nov. 27, saying his vessel was in danger of sinking 46 miles west of Kailua-Kona.

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