Longest time adrift at sea - alone
China (Hong Kong)

The longest recorded survival alone on a raft is 133 days by Second Steward Poon Lim (b. Hong Kong) of the UK Merchant Navy, whose ship, the SS Ben Lomond, was torpedoed in the Atlantic 910 km (565 miles) west of St Paul's Rocks in Lat. 00°30'N, Long. 38°45'W at 11:45a.m. on 23 November 1942. He was picked up by a Brazilian fishing boat off Salinópolis, Brazil on 5 April 1943 and was able to walk ashore.