The 58 foot long fishing vessel Neptune 1 became disabled and went aground off Umnak Island, Alaska. The Neptune 1 had suffered engine failure and went adrift in 15 foot seas and 30 mph winds. The vessel sent out a distress call and the nearby fishing vessel Alaska Enterprise responded. The Enterprise relayed messages to the Coast Guard who dispatched a C-130 airplane and helicopter to the scene. The three crew on board put on their survival suits and were able to swim ashore. The helicopter arrived later and safely rescued the men. The three crewmen arrived safely at Unalaska. The Neptune 1 sits on the beach on the northwest side of the island. No reports of injuries. No reports of pollution being released, but there is diesel fuel still on board the vessel.