\(A\) and \(B\) are two lifeboat stations on a North-facing coast, \(B\) being \(\quantity{6}{km}\) due East of \(A\). A distress call from a ship is received simultaneously at both stations. The bearing of the call from \(A\) is measured to lie between \(060^\circ\) and \(065^\circ\). The bearing of the call from \(B\) is measured to lie between \(330^\circ\) and \(335^\circ\). By means of a scale drawing on squared paper find as accurately as possible

- the least and greatest possible distances of the distressed ship from \(B\), and
- the area that may need to be searched, giving your answer in square kilometers to two significant figures.