He said that, if the submariners are successfully rescued, they were prepared to travel to Argentina to help them cope with the aftermath of their experiences.
"I hope they think of us, and cling on to our miracle, without losing hope," he said.
"If they could listen to us I would tell them to be well organised, and to respect the commands given to them. That's what saved us."
The 47-year-old, who now makes a living from motivational speeches, said that he imagined that among the submariners there would be leaders within the hierarchy - and natural leaders.
"There needs to be someone who lifts the others up," he said. "That's what happened to us."
Another of the miners, Mr Reygadas, said that the submariners' situation made his own memories of entrapment come flooding back.saya tersanjung dikarenakan kunjungan Kamu di blog ini dan membaca tulisan \'Los 33\' Offer Support To \'Los 44\' As Chilean Miners Hope For Survival Of Missing Argentine Submariners. Semoga Berguna dan Selamat membaca berita ini :)