On the 16th of
July, 1995, the body of a man washed ashore on an uninhabited island north of
the Netherlands. He was estimated to be anywhere between 20-years-old to
55-years-old. He had dark hair and stood at around 5 feet 9 inches tall. Weeks
earlier the remains of a wooden yacht washed up on the same island. It was theorised
that the man who washed ashore had been sailing the yacht before falling
overboard and drowning. The man carried no identification.
However, the sail of the yacht had the initials “HB” which led to speculation
that the sail came from Herne Bay sailing club in England. A DNA profile was
extracted from the man but still his identity remains unknown.
Good wood - architects Salt & Water take floating hotels to whole new level. You can join the main throng around the central hub or float away on your private hotel room styled catamaran and do your own thing. Simply awesome.