The 54 foot long fishing vessel Chaos went aground in a small cove in Unalaska Bay. The Chaos was attempting to seek shelter after a heavy storm struck. The vessel had dropped anchor and attempted to ride out the storm when the anchor line snapped and the vessel went ashore. The crew of four on board contacted the harbormaster who relayed to the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard dispatched a helicopter to the scene, but conditions were too rough to pick up the crew. However, conditions worsen with winds gusting up to 83 mph and there was a risk that the vessel would capsize on the rocks. The crew of four were able to swim ashore, but found the beach being assaulted with rocks being flung by the wind. The crew decided the fishing vessel was a safer location and swam back aboard. The crew was safely hoisted the following morning when conditions improved. Authorities will work with the owner to assess the vessel and conduct any salvage operations.