Sailor swept overboard, rescued from Pacific Ocean

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CNN - We have an amazing rescue on the high seas to show you now. It happened Monday in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, during the clipper round-the-world yacht race.

An amateur sailor on board a boat from the u-k was swept overboard in rough seas.
Fortunately, 46-year-old Andrew Taylor was wearing a lifejacket and a dry suit.

But it took crew members more than 90 minutes to find Taylor, and get him safely back on board.

Afterward, Taylor says he feared the crew wouldn't be able to save him.

Taylor was treated for shock and possible hypothermia, but is said to be in relatively good spirits now.