Sinead McNamara: Australian influencer dies on Greece yacht
Sep 06 2018
McNamara was found in a critical condition on Friday, when the boat was docked in Kefalonia, according to local media.
"Local port authorities were informed at two o'clock Friday morning that the body of the woman was found hanging from a rope outside the yacht", one local report claimed.
An AustralianInstagram influencer has died in Greece while on a dream holiday.
Sinead McNamara, a 20-year-old Instagram model from Australia, has been found dead on a billionaire's superyacht in Greece.
The cause of death has not been confirmed.
The boat was owned by Mr Bailleres, 87, who owns Mexico's second-largest mining company, but he was reportedly not on board at the time of McNamara's death. The doctor on the yacht and port authority officials attempted to revive her as a helicopter arrived at the scene to transport her to a hospital.
McNamara's Facebook reveals her older sister was due to touch down in Greece just a day after her death.
Leisure you adventurous insane lady!"Ms McNamara's Fb unearths her older sister was as soon as resulting from the contact down in Greece appropriate a day after her loss of life".
The twenty-year-old was born and raised in Port Macquarie in Northern New South Wales but often shared her travel adventures to other countries with her almost 14 thousands followers on Instagram.
"My head is all over the shop today", she said.
"Rest In Peace attractive xx so much love", one person wrote in tribute, while another said: "Fly high gorgeous".
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance to Ms McNamara's family.
"Thanks Sinead for photos of things I have not seen", her grandmother wrote.
Ms McNamara was based in Sydney and had more than 12,000 followers on Instagram.
"You lived life with no fear and it's a blessing to have known you", one friend wrote.
Australian YouTube star Alex Hayes shared the news of Sinead's death to his 650,000 followers.
"Rest In Peace. Sending all my love to you and your family", commented another.