The Waiting Game
After a few failed attempts to lure the fox to them, the fishing crew realized the fox had no interest in coming to them. They would need to be patient and wait. So they settled in for the long run.
Finally, just when they were about to take a moment to rest from the arduous task of keeping the boat next to the iceberg, the fox decided to step toward the boat. It was finally realizing that this might be an option for escape. Would it trust the humans enough to let them take it aboard the boat?