Newlywed mother, 41, missing at sea after a catamaran accident in the Bahamas while her husband is rescued from a life raft

The Drift Monitor is proceeding to look for a South Florida mother and broker who vanished amid a sculling mischance on Sunday night.

Isabella Hellmann, 41, was most recently seen around 8pm the previous evening on board a 37-foot catamaran called ‘Surf Into Summer.’

Her husband, Lewis Bennett, said he last observed her remaining in charge of the watercraft as the two cruised around Cay Sal in the Bahamas. He at that point went beneath deck to rest.

At about around 1am on Monday, Bennett advised experts that he woke up to the sound of their watercraft hitting something, as indicated by the Sun Sentinel.

He at that point utilized a Crisis Position Showing Radio Guide (EPIRB) to send a pain flag to rescuers after the sailboat begun to go up against water.

He was later discovered securely drifting in an existence pontoon and was taken to Marathon Key, close Key West in Florida, around first light.

The couple’s sailboat was found around 30 miles from Cay Sal and had incompletely sunk, yet there was no indication of Hallmann.

The 41-year-old wedded Bennett a couple of months prior, and the two have a nine-year-old little girl together named Emelia.

Hellmann additionally functions as a land deals relate at Mark Global Land in Delray Shoreline, Florida.

‘I’m amazingly pitiful to catch wind of the startling news,’ Ben G. Schachter, proprietor and leader of The Mark Land Organizations told the Sun Sentinel.

‘It’s horrendous. She is a pleasant, sweet young lady with a brilliant future.

‘I trust that they discover her and that she is sheltered and out of damage’s way, and that this bad dream reaches an end rapidly.

‘Obviously everybody here in our firm is keeping her in our contemplations and petitions.’

As of Monday, rescuers were all the while hunting down Hellmann.

In choosing to what extent to keep up the pursuit, the Drift Watch say they are remembering factors including climate, indications of life and streams.

‘The obscure factor for us is a man’s will to live,’ officer Jonathan Lally said.

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