DATE: 2018-06-14 22:00 Country Name: Bonaire Location Detail: Fisherman’s pier EVENT: Attempted theft HAND: 1 Stolen Items: None SECURED: Locked DETAILS: Between 7PM and 11PM a dinghy locked to the fisherman’s dock was rifled and the fuel line disconnected. The tank had been moved but remained, it was locked to the dinghy, preventing the theft. The same night an unlocked fuel tank was successfully stolen from another dinghy on a nearby dock. (see next report)
DATE: 2018-06-03 02:00 Country Name: SVG Location Detail: Canouan So. Glossy Bay EVENT: Attempted theft HAND: 2 Stolen Items: Nothing taken SECURED: Locked DETAILS: A catamaran anchored in South Glossy Bay overnight. Well aware of prior problems in Canouan, the owners locked up securely. They were awoken when a swimmer tried to pry open a locked deck hatch. The thief, once discovered, ran forward and jumped overboard and swam away. Minor damage, but nothing taken. They departed Canouan early the next morning.
DATE: 2018-05-14 02:15 Country Name: Cuba Location Detail: Cienfuegos Harbor EVENT: Attempted theft HAND: 2 Stolen Items: None SECURED: Unknown DETAILS: Two men swam out to a dark boat and attempted to steal articles of value and an unsecured dinghy. At 0215 hrs the owner was awakened and chased the would be thieves off. There was no damage and nothing was taken. A report was made to the marina, port captain and on the VHF net.
DATE: 2018-02-13 02:30 Country Name: St. Lucia Location Detail: Rodney Bay Gros Islet EVENT: Attempted theft HAND: 1 Stolen Items: None, failed attempt SECURED: Locked DETAILS: Owners of a mono-hull discovered the painter on their in-the-water but stainless steel cable locked dinghy had been cut with a knife overnight. The thief was not successful. CSSN would like to thank our information sharing partner, Noonsite, who received this report initially.
DATE: 2017-07-26 01:00 Country Name: SVG Location Detail: Canouan Charlestown Bay (Tamarind Hotel) EVENT: Attempted theft HAND: 2 Stolen Items: none noticed immediately SECURED: Unknown DETAILS: A charter catamaran was boarded overnight. The captain heard noise as a hatch was being opened and chased the man, who dove overboard and swam away. The SVG Coast Guard took a report from the victims the next day.