Authorities are looking for two men who set sail from New Jersey in a 30-foot vessel that is “overdue” for its arrival in Florida, the US Coast Guard said Monday.

Kevin Hyde, 64, and Joe DiTommasso, 76, took off from Cape May in the Catalina sailboat dubbed the “Atrevida II” and were last seen on Dec. 3 when the vessel departed from Oregon Inlet, in North Carolina, according to the Coast Guard.

Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command Center facebook post.
Any information regarding the missing boater, call the Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command Center at 757-398-6700.
U.S. Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic / Facebook

Coast Guard officials suspect the boat might have stopped in Morehead City, North Carolina, but stressed that is not confirmed.

The final destination for the New Jersey-registered boat was supposed to be Marathon, Florida.

The boat has a bluish-purple hull with a white superstructure and white sails, the Coast Guard said.

The boat was last seen on Dec. 3 in North Carolina.
The boat was last seen on Dec. 3 in North Carolina.

One of the two missing men pictured.
Two men were on the boat when it departed from Cape May in New Jersey.

U.S. Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic-Facebook
The Coast Guard is seeking the public’s help.

“(We are) looking for your help in locating an overdue 30-foot Catalina sailboat,” the Coast Guard stated in a social media post. 


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