Rey Marino Missing – As indicated by neighborhood news sources and updates from the United States Coast Guard Southeast—the Coast Guard’s Seventh District situated in Miami—Rey Marino, the proprietor of Miami-based Hellkats Powerboats, was accounted for missing late Tuesday night after his organization’s most recent 32-foot sailboat was found along the Julia Tuttle Causeway, among Miami and Miami Beach, a couple of hours after he passed on to test the boat.
Hellkats Powerboats author Rey Marino is as yet missing subsequent to taking out his most recent 32-foot sailboat for a test meeting on Tuesday night in Miami Photo by Scott Kottmann/Wozencraft Insurance.
The 36-year-old Marino (beneath) apparently withdrew from Pelican Harbor Marina at around 7 p.m. to test his organization’s new 32 Super Sport Widebody controlled by twin Mercury Racing 450R motors.
As indicated by reports, the proprietor of the new boat was hanging tight for Marino at the marina and began settling on telephone decisions when Marino didn’t get back to the dispatch slope. That is when two of Marino’s companions went out to search for himself and tracked down the boat with harm to its front.
They then, at that point, called specialists, which provoked the hunt.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission authorities towed the boat back to the marina and have been looking for Marino since. The hunt is at present still dynamic by an assortment of neighborhood offices, as indicated by the USCG Southeast Twitter channel.
Supplication chains have clearly developed since the news was accounted for recently—as have recognitions for Marino via online media, including one posted by Marino’s business partner and companion, Shaun Torrente of Shaun Torrente Racing.