JUPITER, Fla. — A sailboat that left New Jersey headed to Florida is now missing, the Coast Guard said Monday.
Officials said the overdue vessel departed Cape May, New Jersey, with two people aboard, 64-year-old Kevin Hyde and 76-year-old Joe DiTommasso.
The vessel, named the Atrevida II, is a 30-foot Catalina with a bluish-purple hull, a white superstructure and white sails.
#Breaking The @USCG is searching for and overdue 30-ft Catalina #sailboat, named Atrevida II, with 2 ppl aboard, Kevin Hyde (64yo) and Joe DiTommasso (76 yo).— USCG Mid-Atlantic (@uscgmidatlantic) December 12, 2022
If you have any info call the USCG AtlanticArea CommCen at 757-398-6700.#SearchandRescue pic.twitter.com/JY1K45ixWg
The sailboat was last seen on Dec. 3 when it departed Oregon Inlet, North Carolina, on its way to Jupiter. The boat was ultimately headed to Marathon in the Florida Keys.
The Coast Guard said that the Atrevida II may have stopped in Morehead City, North Carolina, but that was not confirmed.
Call the Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command Center at 757-398-6700 if you can help in the case.