al_lobanov (al_lobanov) wrote,
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За тех кто в море...

В обычной жизни смерть редко бывает достойной и красивой. Но здесь не тот случай.

Manfred Fritz Bajorat, 59, was discovered by two fishermen aboard his yacht in the Pacific Ocean 40 miles off the coast of Barobo town in Surigao del Sur

У берегов Филиппин в дрейфующей яхте нашли мумию известного путешественника
Гражданин Германии Манфред Фриц Байорат пропал около года назад.

Authorities were still determining the cause of the death and have been in touch with the German Embassy for more information about the man.

Предположительно, 59-летний путешественник скончался от сердечного приступа. Как пишет Daily Mail, мумифицированное тело капитана находилось в сидячем положении. Не исключено, что он перед смертью пытался подать сигнал бедствия.
The sign screwed into a bulkhead reads: 'This is a swell ship for the skipper....but a hell ship for the crew'

Байорат был опытным моряком и много путешествовал по миру.


The mummified body of Manfred Fritz Bajorat was found aboard his yacht, drifting in the  Pacific Ocean off the coast of Barobo town in Surigao del Sur


His decomposing body was found near to the radio telephone as if he was trying one last desperate Mayday call to save himself when he diedHis  body was found near to the radio telephone as if he was trying one last desperate Mayday call to save himself when he died
Following the post-mortem, a spokesman from the Barobo police station told MailOnline that there is no evidence of 'foul play'



Mystery: A more recent image of Manfred Bajorat, whose mummified body was discovered on board his boat, off the coast of the Barobo town in Surigao del Sur

Police are trying to retrace his last voyages and find the last people to speak with him
Devastation: The vessel was found with tins and rubbish strewn around, with ageing photo albums that had seen severe water damageLonely cabin: Images of the inside of the inside of the vessel showed the cramped and lonely quarters where Mr Bajorat spent his last days
Former life: The mystery as to where he had been and where he was going remains as baffling as the moment Mr Bajorat was discovered. Clues appear to lie in the haunting photographs and documents found on board in a weather-worn album found on the boat
Family life? A photograph apparently discovered on board shows a woman holding a baby, possibly Manfred's wife Claudia with their daughter Nina, standing next to a boat being towed by a car
Authorities in the Philippines are working with the German embassy to identify Manfred's surviving friends and family - although they are so far proving difficult to trace
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