Five months after the "Stellar Daisy" sinking in the South Atlantic, relatives were still hoping for miracles. One of them now asked the English Prime Minister for help with the search. 22 crew members are still missing. There were no traces of the two liferafts aboard the ship. Relatives believed that there was still hope for the crew and that they may be in the waters around St. Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha, the English citizen Ye Won Heo, who had his brother on board, wrote to the English Prime Minister. The likelihood of finding survivors after the loss in the ice-cold water has long been termed as close to nonexistent. But Ye Won Heo reminded Theresa May of a 1973 story, where the married couple Marilyn and Maurice Bailey survived 117 days driving the Pacific Ocean in a rubber boat after their pleasure boat had been hit by a whale. "They probably would not have survived much longer unless the crew of a Korean fishing boat on their way home had found them and made them safe," Ye Won Heo wrote in the letter to the Prime Minister.