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When there is an active Boat Watch, we plan to present the full text of available information here. If you are reading this information and can contribute any additional facts or confirmation of the vessel being located and/or contacted, then we would appreciate an e-mail at mcramage@boatwatchnet.org.





04/04/2016

Vessel_Name       : Anastacia

Vessel_Description: 32', blue and white photos available https://www.facebook.com/groups/rescueanastacia/

not a sailboat, it is a fishing boat, bimini is fiberglass, upper bridge for steering

Communications    : we believe the electrical system to be down. Channel 16 (12, 14 also used) 

There is VHF on board, not functioning.Last Contact received: March 30, 2016 9:22pm, off the coast of cozumel

Itinerary         : They were to be back on Isla Mujeres Thursday April 1

Persons_on_board  : 5 men

JORGE FERNANDO DE LA O AVALOS  Sept 11, 1980- Captain and boat owner (speaks English) 

ALFONSO JIMENEZ TORRES, June 5, 1982 HUMBERTO COMSTANTINO ORDAZ, July 7, 1982 : 

Certified rescue diver and dive master RUSSEL PECH CEME July 16, 1984 MARCO ANTONIO BARDALES PASTRANA Sept 9, 1971

Reason            : hasn't been heard from since Thursday afternoon.  We need all boats in the Gulf Stream

to watch for this boat potentially adrift  rescueanastacia@gmail.com  Marla Martinez +52 998 205 3003

Comments          : Search crews boats, planes, helicopters have been searching since Friday.  We have 

professionals with water and current information and expert govt agencies.  The Mexican government is involved 

along with 10,000 + usd that was raised in a matter of 24 hours.





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