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Synonyms for castaway

a shipwrecked person

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MARRIOTT AT SAWGRASS RESCUES CASTAWAY HURRICANE SURVIVORS;
Starring Bob Denver (Gilligan), Alan Hale (Skipper), Jim Backus (Thurston Howell III), Natalie Schaefer (Lovey), Tina Louise (Ginger), Russell Johnson (Professor) and Dawn Wells (Mary Ann), "Gilligan's Island" centers around a colorful group of castaways who are shipwrecked on an uncharted desert island after their small charter boat, the SS Minnow, is caught in a terrible storm.
Thursday on a hillside above De Bell Municipal Golf Course, near the landmark Castaways restaurant in Wildwood Canyon Park.
The castaways were allowed to move in to hotels on Lewis when their accommodation on isolated Taransay was not ready in time.
Millions of viewers watched the BBC series for a year until it ended on New Year's Day, but castaways Warren Latore and his partner Monica Cooney were hardly ever seen on the Hebridean island of Taransay.
Last week, the series ended and the Castaways began readjusting to their normal lives.
THE BBC Castaways could face prosecution after they were shown on television killing a deer illegally.
The strict religious beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventists have also created tensions with the other castaways, programme-makers admitted yesterday.
And Jeremy Mills appealed to other boat operators not to take Ray Bowyer, who left the show in March after a row with the other castaways, to Taransay in the Western Isles.
Take a nostalgic island journey with your favorite castaways Gilligan, the Skipper, the millionaire and his wife, the movie star, the Professor and Mary Ann as the popular television series marks its 40th anniversary with a debut on a collectible 3-disc box set.
The castaways were even allowed to move in to hotels when their accommodation on isolated Taransay was not ready in time.
THE BBC Castaways left Taransay in tears yesterday as their island adventure came to an end.
BBC Castaways Liz Cathrine and Dez Monks will leave the island of Taransay tomorrow with a year of memories.
Meanwhile, the official author has revealed other more disturbing events which have affected the castaways as the experiment approaches its conclusion at the end of the year.
And, in a change of heart, Mr Jeremy Mills appealed to other boat operators not to take Mr Ray Bowyer, who left the show in March after a row with the other castaways, on to Taransay in the Western Isles.