Sisters Cayci Underwood, 27, (left) and Summer Underwood, 21, drifted at sea for about 8 hours after they launched paddleboards from Tybee Island Marina at midday July 15, 2014, and became caught in a thunderstorm. Suffering from scrapes, sunburns and exhaustion, the pair was finally able to swim ashore onto Hilton Head Island's South Beach.
Sisters Cayci Underwood, 27, (left) and Summer Underwood, 21, drifted at sea for about 8 hours after they launched paddleboards from Tybee Island Marina at midday July 15, 2014, and became caught in a thunderstorm. Suffering from scrapes, sunburns and exhaustion, the pair was finally able to swim ashore onto Hilton Head Island's South Beach. Submitted photo
Sisters Cayci Underwood, 27, (left) and Summer Underwood, 21, drifted at sea for about 8 hours after they launched paddleboards from Tybee Island Marina at midday July 15, 2014, and became caught in a thunderstorm. Suffering from scrapes, sunburns and exhaustion, the pair was finally able to swim ashore onto Hilton Head Island's South Beach. Submitted photo

Paddleboarders caught in storm drift from Tybee to Hilton Head

July 16, 2014 07:03 PM

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