An Australian sailor rescued with his dog expresses his joy on his rescue, after more than two months adrift in the Pacific Ocean. Tim Shaddock was picked up with his dog “Bella” by a tuna vessel, after the pair survived for weeks on raw fish and rainwater on their storm-crippled boat. He arrived Tuesday at the Mexican port of Manzanillo. Thin, with a bushy beard and wild hair bunched into a red cap sporting a logo of fishing company, whose vessel had come to his rescue, Tim looked happy. 54-year-old Tim and Bella had set off from Mexico’s seaside city of La Paz in April, and planned to sail about 6,000 kilometers before dropping anchor in tropical French Polynesia. But they soon found themselves stranded after rough seas damaged the vessel and knocked out its electronics.