222 Days Later, The Niña is Still Missing At Sea - KLFY News 10

222 Days Later, The Niña is Still Missing At Sea


The search continues for UL Lafayette student Danielle Wright, who was onboard, the Niña when the boat vanished in the south pacific back in June.

Danielle's parents Ricky and Robin Wright have taken it upon themselves to search the waters where the yacht and the seven crew could have drifted. For the past two months the Wright's have been scouring islands and the coastal areas off Australia. When we talked to them via Skype they had just finished a search near Hervey Bay.

A fisherman claims he saw a wooden board washed up on the beach with the letters 'I-N-A' written on it. The Wright's said when they got there they were climbing over rocks, looking for debris. But did not find what they were looking for.

The couple said they have not lost hope and will never lose hope. If you would like to help the Wrights in their search efforts Donations are being accepted at:

All Home Bank locations ACCT#2059321602 (Make payable to Robin Wright)

Sunbelt Business Brokers, 2701 Johnston Street, Suite 300, Lafayette, LA

Community Foundation of Acadiana, 1035 Camellia Blvd, Lafayette, LA

Texas Equusearch online at www.texasequusearch.org, must add special instruction to the seller - Nina Search Fund

Additional information can be obtained on Face Book Bringing Home the Nina and Crew or call Robin Wright/Sunbelt Business Brokers 337-234-7008.

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