2016年03月03日

ミイラ化したドイツのヨット乗りは、死んでから1週間だけである。

人物自然

米国の新聞「ニューヨークポスト(New York Post)」は、たぶんデイヴィ・ジョーンズのロッカー(Davy Jones’ locker)の外で何かが原因で、1週間前に死んだように見えるミイラ化されたドイツのヨット乗りの新しい死体解剖は明らかにされたと報告した。

20年間小さいヨット世界を旅行していた59歳冒険家の塩がちりばめていたマンフレッド・フリッツ・バジョラート(Manfred Fritz Bajorat)の写真は、今週早くウイルスになった。
彼の乾燥した死体を示すことは、急落し、彼の右腕は主要なキャビンの机において倒れていた。

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しかし、警察スポークスマンは、この2016年02月25日木曜日に彼のヨット44foot Jeanneau Sun Magic yachtがフィリピンの水中約60マイルで見つけられたと言った。それは心臓発作のため死んだ。「死は、7日より多少前のように見積もる」と、AFP通信によると、警視長ウイルベン・マイヤー(Chief Superintendent Wilben Mayor)は言った。

死体解剖結果は、2016年03月02日水曜日にリリースされ、マンフレッド・フリッツ・バジョラートの死について初期のレポートに矛盾しました。そして、誰も2009年以来、彼に会わなかったようで、それは数年前他界していた。科学捜査審査官はまず最初に漠然としていた。そして、ヨットが見つかる4日以上前に、マンフレッド・フリッツ・バジョラートが死んだと結論した。

海に出発する前に、マンフレッド・フリッツ・バジョラートは彼の妻クローディア(Claudia)と離婚した。彼女は癌のため2年後で死んだ。

人間は、そんなに短期間でミイラ化するということだろうか?

ドイツの大使館は、遺体を要求するために、彼の家族のどのようなメンバーでも突き止めようとしていると伝えている。

そういえば、世界中を一人でヨットの旅をしている人は、意外と多いと聞いたことがある。

Manfred Fritz Bajorat
Manfred Fritz Bajorat was a German yachtsman. He was not famous throughout his lifetime but became so after his death, when the discovery of his mummified body was widely reported in the press. Bajorat had not been seen since 2009 and on 25 February 2016 his 13-metre (44 ft) Jeanneau Sun Magic yacht,Sayo, was found floating off the coast of the Philippines.

On 1 March 2016 Clipper Ventures announced that one of their racing yachts had previously discovered and boarded the dismasted Sayo, reporting it to the authorities on 31 January 2016. They had discussed this in their race report of the day, but naming neither Bajorat nor Sayo. The position of the dismasted vessel had been given as 11°38′N 137°46′E / 11.633°N 137.767°E, inaccurately described as "650nM east of Philippines and 470nM west of Guam." Out of respect for the dead fellow sailor, the crew did not post photos of Bajorat's corpse on social media; the Daily Mail was the first English-language publication to post the graphic images.

Background
Bajorat was born in Velbert, near Dusseldorf in West Germany. Before becoming a yachtsman he sold insurance, and had an office in Wuppertal.

According to the local reports, he particularly disliked the cooler climate of his birthplace and preferred warmer weather of the places he travelled to.

Bajorat lived a seemingly normal life and was an adventurer to the core. For the last 20 years he had been cruising the world, crisscrossing the oceans and travelling over half a million nautical miles. He sailed the Pacific, the Atlantic, Caribbean, the Indian Ocean, the Meditteranean, the Aegean and the Baltic: previously aboard his yacht, Nina, and more recently, aboard his yacht, Sayo.

Manfred was described by a friend as an "experienced sailor."

His wife, Claudia, died from cancer on 2 May 2010. The couple broke up in 2008. In 1984 they had a daughter together, Nina.

Bajorat wrote Claudia a memoriam on the "Lost-Missing-Died" page of the (German language) website of Guenther Giselbrecht & Marianne Bauer, crew of the yacht, Divina. It read: "Thirty years we've been together on the same path. Then the power of demons was stronger than the will to live. You're gone. May your soul find peace. Your Manfred."

Death and disappearance
Manfred was regularly active on his Facebook page until a year before his death. The last person to hear from him was a close friend, who spoke to him on his birthday last year. He was last seen in person in 2009 by another sailor.

Dr Mark Benecke told BILD: "The way he is sitting seems to indicate that death was unexpected, perhaps from a heart attack."

In the first week of March it was reported that Bajorat's daughter, Nina, would be flying out to the Philippines to identify his body.

Discovery of Sayo
Bajorat's death was first discovered on 31 January 2016 by the crew of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race boat LMAX Exchange, who found the dismasted Sayo drifting at 11°38′N 137°46′E / 11.633°N 137.767°E, about midway between Guam and the Philippines. Clipper Ventures reported the find to the US Coast Guard's station in Guam, but did not bring it to the attention of the press.

On 25 February 2016,Sayo was discovered off the coast of the Philippines by local fisherman Christopher Rivas (23), and a friend. Mr. Bajorat's body was found sitting beside a radio telephone. Rivas towed Sayo about 100 km (62 mi) to his home port of Barobo, Surigao del Sur.

Most of the cabin was underwater and the ship had taken quite a beating. The pair found photo albums, clothes and tins of food strewn across the space inside the cabin. It is unclear how long Manfred had been there, or what killed him – although dry ocean winds, salty air and hot temperatures helped preserve and mummify his body.

A spokesman from the Barobo police told MailOnline: "The doctor believes that the man died of natural causes, and there is no evidence of foul play".

References
1.^ Allan Hall; Imogen Calderwood (1 March 2016). "EXCLUSIVE Friends reveal the man behind the mummified German sailor". Mail Online. Retrieved 2016-03-03.
2.^ "FOUND DEAD PERSON". Facebook Page - Barobo Police Station.
3.^ "Toter deutscher Segler: Grausiger Fund auf der Sayo". Spiegel Online (in German). 28 February 2016. Retrieved 2016-03-02.
4.^ Cahal Milmo (1 March 2016). "Mummified sailor Manfred Fritz Bajorat found on yacht missing for a year". The Independent.
5.^ "German man’s mummified body found slumped over radio in abandoned yacht off the Philippines". New York Daily News. February 29, 2016.
6.^ "Race 8 Day 3 "Blasting up waves the size of houses"". clipperroundtheworld.com. Clipper Ventures. 1 March 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-03-02. Retrieved 2016-03-02.
7.^ "Clipper Race: Deteriorating Conditions". Scuttlebutt Sailing News. 1 March 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-03-02. Retrieved 2016-03-02.
8.^ "Clipper Race Discovered Dead Skipper". Scuttlebutt Sailing News. 1 March 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-03-02. Retrieved 2016-03-02.
9.^ "LMAX Exchange update". clipperroundtheworld.com. Clipper Ventures. 31 January 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-03-02. Retrieved 2016-03-02.
10.^ "Website of Guenther Giselbrecht & Marianne Bauer". Kaktusguenther.de.
11.^ Sherwell, Philip; Rothwell, James; Huggler, Justin (2 March 2016). "'Mummified' body of adventurer found in abandoned yacht to be identified by sailor's daughter". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2016-03-03. Missing |last2= in Authors list (help)
12.^ Allan Hall; Gianluca Mezzofiore; Imogen Calderwood; Tom Wyke (29 February 2016). "Mummified German adventurer left heartbreaking note to his dead wife". Mail Online. Retrieved 2016-03-02.

ヨットの発見場所の緯度、経度
11°38'00.0"N 137°46'00.0"E

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