The U.S. Coast Guard is asking for the public’s help in locating a sailboat with a crew of two that went missing en route from New Jersey to Florida.
A 30-foot Catalina sailboat known as Atrevida II never reached its intended destination in Marathon, Florida after setting sail from Cape May, New Jersey. This was reported by WTXF-TV.
The Coast Guard said the Atrevida II was carrying Kevin Hyde, 64, and Joe DiTommasso, 76, as it departed from Cape May.
The boat was last seen on December 3 when it left the Oregon Inlet corridor in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, bound for Florida.
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“The Atrevida II may have docked in Morehead City, NC, but this has not been confirmed,” the US Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic said. wrote on Facebook.
“If you or someone you know has information about the missing boat, please call the Atlantic Coast Command Center at 757-398-6700,” the Facebook post said.
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The sailboat is registered in New Jersey as 7033HN and has a blue-purple hull with a white superstructure and white sails.
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Hundreds of people took to the Facebook post to say prayers and comment on the obstacles the two boaters may face.
The US Coast Guard did not immediately respond to a request for comment.