In an incident, a man died when his newly purchased yacht capsized Sydney’s south at Boat Harbour. According to the ABC understands the man originally belongs from Bundaberg, Queensland. He came to Sydney to sail the boat to Queensland. He was accompanied by a woman and she swam to shore when yacht lost its control and overturned. It was about 5:00 am. She notified paramedics after this. The ABC with the primary inspection understood that the man was in his mid-70s.

The agency has found his body near Wanda Beach it was about 6:00 am when his body was found following a search. The search operation was done by the NSW Water Police and NSW Ambulance helicopter. The man was brought to shore, but by the time he was dead. The yacht in which they were sailing was named C.C. Rider. It had been docked at Greenwell Point. If no one comes to take its ownership, then it will be listed in the sale. The woman who swans to the shore and survived has been admitted in the Sutherland Hospital and being monitored. The local police are inquiry the incident and looking at everything minutely.

It is still now clear if the man or woman on board were wearing life jackets and were using all safety measures that one should use while sailing. Mel Thompson, the Acting Inspector from the Sutherland Shire Police Area said the “At the time when this accident happened the sea was quite hazardous”. The accident was horrible and it remarkable that the young woman who was on board managed to reach shore. However, the investigation in this regard is going on.
More information about the accident will reveal when the young lady will regain her consciousness.