The boat is stranded in Okanagan Lake around Traders Cove (Photo courtesy of Google Maps)

No one on board boat found drifting on Okanagan Lake

The boat was found floating near Traders Cove

No one was on board a boat that blew away from the shores of Okanagan Lake near Traders Cove earlier this afternoon.

It was originally thought there might have been people stranded on the boat, however reports indicated that nobody was onboard the vessel around 5:30 p.m.

READ MORE: Kelowna man, presumed drowned in boat crash remembered by friends, family

The vessel is a 20-foot long aluminum boat.

Kelowna Capital News will have more information on this story as it develops.


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