light of hope. This saying has not been better applied. This is what was ignited in those hours in the families of the two Argentines who went missing on a yacht, along with two other members of the crew, in the waters of Mexico.
The families of Renzo Spaciano, 20, and Carlos Juarez, 45, the crew of the missing Argentine yacht, insisted that the Mexican Navy continue the search for them, confirming that after a week without any traces they entered. Negative search process.
After this claim, a piece of information returned their hopes. A boat reported that on the night of Monday the fourth of this month, it saw flares in the waters of the Yucatan Channel, at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico (off the coast of Holbox). The sign could be of a boat adrift.
“Because of the location, they could be themselves, This is why we want you to look for it.” Clarion This Thursday, Martin Juarez, brother of Carlos,
Families of the disappeared request financial assistance to continue the search.
“The thing is that in a couple of days in the Gulf of Mexico you can run…so it must be a search with many planes and boats. But still no one goes out to look for her, only Renzo’s father with a boat. Not like that. They will never be able to ‘,” Juarez points out.
The International Rescue Brigade in Cancun – a humanitarian organization cooperating in the search – also confirmed that the Mexican authorities decided to engage in a negative search.
“We don’t know when Mexico will withdraw the search,” said Liliana Zaghari, mother of Renzo, the young man who has been on the Interior Ministry’s Guadalupe yacht missing since September 28, from Mexico.
Martin, the older brother of Carlos Juarez – the owner of the company that offers cruises on luxury yachts in Playa del Carmen – stated that “in Mexico they have stopped actively searching for them, which means there are boats and planes that have been looking for them, but now they have stopped this tracking by means of a protocol they have Only negative research remains.
Carlos is the owner of a yacht charter company that had the idea of traveling to Haiti to provide humanitarian aid,
This passive search, he explained, means that “only if ships on the high seas see it, the alarm is activated again and they search for it again by plane.”
In the Ministry of the Interior Guadalupe Mexican Martín Vega Argues, 44, and Cuban Denis Manuel Fernandez Diaz, 46, also traveled.
The yacht lost contact last September 28 when it was returning to the Mexican town of Puerto Aventuras, its home port, after a humanitarian relief mission in Haiti.
Renzo Spasciano was part of the crew of the yacht that traveled to Haiti to provide humanitarian aid.
“They look for them by air it would be a logical thing, everything seems to be going on without the engines deflecting,” Juarez said. For this, relatives faced a bunch of money to continue the search in private.
“I have a younger brother over there and I am here, in Mendoza, trying to find as much money as possible and hopefully the bank will convert us into official dollars to collect as much as possible because the costs range from 5,000 to 20,000,” the man from Mendoza said.
The Puerto Aventuras administration has issued a $10,000 reward notice to anyone who provides “critical information” allowing the Guadalupe Interior Ministry to be discovered.