July 3: Rescued tourists stand near a helicopter near Mexico's Baja California peninsula.
July 4: An injured man who survived after a boat capsized is loaded into an ambulance after being rescued by the Navy in the town of San Felipe, Mexico.
July 4: Survivors of a capsized boat sit inside a helicopter after being rescued by the Navy in the town of San Felipe, Mexico.
July 4: A survivor of a capsized boat boards a helicopter carrying the lifesaver from the Erik fishing boat.
July 4: Michael Ng, from Belmont, California, smiles into the camera as he relaxes inside a hotel after he and other tourists were rescued by the Mexican Navy.
July 4: An aerial view of the island of San Luis, near the bay of San Ignacio in the Gulf of California, where several survivors of a capsized fishing boat were rescued.
July 4: An aerial view of the bay of San Ignacio in the Gulf of California, where several survivors of a capsized fishing boat were rescued.
July 4: A Mexican Navy vessel searches the waters of the Gulf of California for survivors of a capsized fishing boat.
Seven Americans are missing after a fishing boat capsized off the coast of Mexico Sunday. Mexican authorities have extended the search because it’s believed that the missing may still be alive due to warm waters. So far, 19 tourists and all 16 crew members had been picked up by the navy or other fishing boats after clinging to coolers, rescue rings and life vests for more than 16 hours. One American has been confirmed dead.