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US NewsBritish yachtsman, 67, who went missing for six days at sea on his way from France to Cornwall says he is 'safe and well'

04:40  12 january  2019
04:40  12 january  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A British sailor feared to be missing at sea for six days has radioed the UK coastguard to say he British solo yachtsman Robin Davie sailing aboard his Rustler 36 yacht C'EST La VIE Credit: Barry Robin Davie, 67 , was expected back at his home port of Falmouth in Cornwall on Tuesday having

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British yachtsman, 67, who went missing for six days at sea on his way from France to Cornwall says he is 'safe and well' Robin Davie

An experienced sailor who had not been heard from after six days at sea has told the Coastguard he is 'safe and well'.

Robin Davie is expected to arrive back in Falmouth in Cornwall on Saturday afternoon.

The 67-year-old was due back at his home port of Falmouth in Cornwall on Tuesday, having set off on a 300-mile journey from Les Sables d'Olonne in western France last Saturday.

British yachtsman, 67, who went missing for six days at sea on his way from France to Cornwall says he is 'safe and well' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The experienced yachtsman, pictured on his boat, had sailed around the world several times He had visited the French port to have his yacht, the Rustler 36 C'est La Vie, refitted with a new mast and rigging.

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But friends were left 'completely flummoxed' after the yachtsman, who has sailed solo around the world three times, appeared to have vanished during his return amid calm sea conditions.

The Coastguard said late on Friday that the skipper of the C'est la Vie had 'just reported that he has heard the broadcast action being made by HM Coastguard and that he is safe and well 25 miles south west of the Isles of Scilly'.

British yachtsman, 67, who went missing for six days at sea on his way from France to Cornwall says he is 'safe and well' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Davie planned to sail past Brest before heading across the English Channel Falmouth Coastguard issued an alert to all ships in the area on Wednesday morning after Mr Davie's brother, Rick, reported him as overdue.

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A sailor who had been missing for a week has been found safe and well on his yacht in the North Sea . It follows an extensive air and sea The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said they found him "relatively quickly" thanks to an emergency positioning beacon aboard his yacht which was activated.

Out of radio contact range and without mobile phone signal, it was only when he got close enough to land on Friday that he received the Coastguard's broadcast.

British yachtsman, 67, who went missing for six days at sea on his way from France to Cornwall says he is 'safe and well' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Robin Davie, pictured, has been missing since Saturday when he left France on a 300-mile journey to Falmouth, Cornwall on his yacht Coastguard Controller Dai Jones said: 'We were concerned for the skipper's safety and so we're really pleased that he has been in contact to tell us that he is safe and well.

'Being able to broadcast continuously can pay dividends and in this case it really helped us to locate him.

'We had worked out that the sailor could be somewhere around the Isles of Scilly by considering the weather conditions and what passage he would have been likely to take. It really was a case of putting ourselves in the skipper's shoes.'

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