Two Israeli yachters feared missing off Cyprus found safe and sound

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November 7, 2015 09:21

 
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The two Israelis who were feared missing in the Mediterranean after their yacht failed to dock at Haifa port on Friday have been found safe and sound, Army Radio reported on Friday.

The two individuals set sail on Wednesday from the Cypriot port of Limassol for Haifa. They were scheduled to arrive in northern Israel on Friday morning.

When contact with them was lost, the navy sent a search unit to sea late Friday. By pre-dawn Saturday, contact was re-established.

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