Andrew Findlay presumed dead in Sydney boat accident that also killed art dealer Tim Klingender

Neither of the men were wearing life jackets.

McNulty said he could not fault the boat, a 7.8-metre inflatable rib estimated to weigh four tonnes, but said that the pair was travelling too close to the Watsons Bay cliff face.

“This was a tragic accident that police believe could have been avoided.”

Marine police recover a body off Watsons Bay in Sydney’s east.Credit: OnScene Bondi

The search effort consisted of three Marine Rescue NSW boats on Thursday and Saturday, and five on Friday, a…

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