Sinead McNamara: Australian influencer dies on Greece yacht

Young Australian Model has died while holidaying in Greece

Greek police probing the death of an Australian model and Instagram influencer whose body was found aboard a Mexican billionaire's luxury yacht in Greece over the weekend, do not believe her death was suspicious.

Sinead McNamara, 20, had been working on the £108-million Mayan Queen IV superyacht for four months when she was discovered on Friday.

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

The yacht is owned by Alberto Baillères, a Mexican mining mogul with a reported net worth of U.S. $9.5 billion.

All members of Baillères' family had left the ship on Tuesday and only crew remained on the vessel when the death occurred according to the Coast Guard, although at this stage it's not confirmed if Alberto Baillères was on board or not.

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. Cause of death is still being investigated. "Excitement is an understatement ❤️", Sinead wrote on Facebook on 26 August in anticipation of the reunion.

All members of the crew will be interviewed by detectives followed by a forensic examination of the vessel.

Leisure you adventurous insane lady!"Ms McNamara's Fb unearths her older sister was as soon as resulting from the contact down in Greece appropriate a day after her loss of life.

Take me back to this where my only worry was not cracking my skull open" - a post which has added to speculation that the young model may have taken her own life.

McNamara, who hailed from Sydney, arrived in Greece in mid-June after traveling to Bermuda, Bali and the Whitsunday Islands in Australia.

Two weeks before the death of McNamara left in a cryptic Instagram message. "Boy oh boy this world is attractive", Sinead wrote on her Facebook page on August 17th.

She was just hours from being reunited with her mother and sister, who were in the air on their way to Athens when they received the tragic news.

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

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