(AP Photo/Maritime New Zealand)
(AP Photo/Maritime New Zealand)

An attempt at crowd-sourcing where there are not crowds far out in the ocean in hopes of finding a missing boat and its crew.

FOX News Radio's Hank Weinbloom explains:

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It's been nearly six months since anyone's heard from The Nina and her seven-person crew. The 69-foot vintage yacht went missing in early June in the Tasman Sea between New Zealand and Australia. David Dyche, his wife, son and four others were on board. Searches from the air have turned up nothing. But Dyche's family refuses to abandon hope that somehow they're still alive out there. They've enlisted the help of the missing persons search company EquuSearch and now they're trying crowd-sourcing-- getting amateurs to look at satellite images of the open sea, hoping someone, anyone will find The Nina. Go to foxnewsradio.com to check out the website.

Hank Weinbloom, FOX News Radio.

Click HERE to join the search to Rescue The Nina via crowd-sourcing