Caribbean Safety and Security Net

 

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The Caribbean Safety and Security Net’s (CSSN) primary mission is the collection and dissemination of accurate information relating to crimes against yachts in the Caribbean, enabling cruisers to make intelligent decisions about how and where they cruise.

This is accomplished through the resources and information available on this website, Facebook, Twitter and RSS feed. The CSSN website includes  all of the current and historic information on reported incidents (use the Island Reports button to search for/sort the database) Also you can see  all posts, (see News & Reports) information and links to a variety of other resources related to safety and security for cruisers (check out the menu at the TOP). Take a few minutes and explore our site.

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Precaution Resources

CSSN Precaution Resources

Precaution Resources

Over the years, a list of tips and precautions has been developed through the suggestions of many cruisers.

General Security Precautions for Cruisers provide ideas and suggestions for use while at anchor/moored, in marinas, boatyards or while visiting ashore.

Passage Precautions for use while underway was originally created because of problems off the Venezuelan coast.  While the risk there remains high, few boats visit anymore.  Recently, piracy reports have been concentrated in 2 sub-regions and separate lists specific to each have been compiled to recognize the very different character of the attacks there and the resources available. Yachts considering visiting or transiting Venezuelan waters would be wise to review both piracy precautions lists.

Piracy Passage Precautions – Central America are specific to the much larger and far more isolated region along the Central American coast.

Piracy Passage Precautions – Trinidad/Grenada are specific to the relatively short passage between the 2 countries.

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