Sinead McNamara: Australian influencer dies on Greece yacht

Sinead McNamara: Australian influencer dies on Greece yacht

Sinead McNamara: Australian influencer dies on Greece yacht

Sinead was originally from Port Macquarie in New South Wales but had been travelling the world aboard the Mayan Queen IV, along with twenty other crew members.

A popular Instagram model died after being found unconscious and twisted in rope on a billionaire's yacht in Greece, according to reports.

New details have emerged about the mysterious death of a Sydney model on board a billionaire's superyacht in Greece - and they raise more questions than answers.

A cause of death has not yet been confirmed, however Greek Authorities say it's not believed to be suspicious.

The boat was owned by Mr Bailleres, 87, who owns Mexico's second-largest mining company, but he was reportedly not on board at the time of McNamara's death.

Australian model Sinead McNamara has died while on her dream holiday in Greece.

Australian media has reported that Ms McNamara's mother and sister were in the air when they heard about the death.

Only days before her death, the model was posting snaps for her 18,000 Instagram followers, including shots of the scenic Greek islands and bikini shots aboard the super yacht.

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In early August, she posted a photo stating: "I can't believe this fairy tale is nearly over".

She posted on Facebook on August 26: "Happy birthday to the most wonderful big sister I could ever ask for, 5 days till I get to see you!"

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance to her family. "Excitement is an understatement", McNamara wrote on Instagram.

Ms McNamara was based in Sydney and had more than 12,000 followers on Instagram. One of her friends said "My camping buddy and twin!"

"Rest In Peace you gorgeous girl, life is so unfair", wrote @lilyrobinson.

Australian YouTube star Alex Hayes posted the news to his social media accounts.

"Life is so precious gone was too soon. Rest in peace lovely girl", while another posted "Beautiful kind happy soul, sending love and strength to her family xx".

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