Look familiar, but different? It is, and to better reflect our independent and non-commercial mission we have changed our domain name from .com to .org . It’s time to update your bookmarks. Those who go to .com will be automatically redirected to .org for a period of time, but go ahead and make the update now. And you will see that there has been much more than just a name change.
The new site is designed to deliver our wealth of content and features with improved speed and performance as well as other enhanced usability features. The site now utilizes the latest in web design to allow you the option of seamlessly navigating by scrolling down the home page to our most popular features. There are new report capabilities with more options to more easily select the information that is most relevant to you. And it’s all even more mobile friendly.
As always you can stay informed by subscribing to our popular and free email Alerts! Or follow us on social media, choose the channel that best suits you. Tell a friend (or 2 or 3) about CSSN, our community grows stronger as awareness, usage and participation grow.
We welcome and appreciate feedback, so take a look and explore the newly designed and improved CSSN site, and
CSSN welcomes Oliver O’Sullivan to our all-volunteer team
Oliver O’Sullivan has joined the CSSN team as associate webmaster. Originally from the UK, Oliver has been living in the Caribbean for 6 years, and currently is located in Trinidad where he and his wife, Eliana and their 2 cats are fulltime onboard their Oyster 37 “Lady Alice De Serk”. Oliver is keen on sailing and has been involved in many aspects of the yachting industry for several years. He has assisted as crew/captain on luxury motor yachts, and currently works in sales and logistics for a major marine supplier. He also owns and operates a private yachting support business in Trinidad. CSSN is proud to welcome Oliver to our growing team!
VOLUNTEER: Help Other Cruisers Enjoy SAFE CRUISING in the Caribbean
CSSN is a private independent volunteer organization that collects and disseminates accurate information relating to crimes against yachts in the Caribbean, enabling cruisers to make intelligent decisions about how and where they cruise. It is run by cruisers – for cruisers in the Caribbean yachting community.
CSSN has grown, and has a well-respected presence in the Caribbean cruising community. Our resources are widely used by cruisers, cruising guides, forums, publishers, news media, security services, law enforcement, government agencies, print and social media.
CSSN is proud to announce that a new menu item is now available from all pages of the website, check out our FAQ page and learn more about how and what we do. Our small, dedicated, all-volunteer team continues to work hard to bring you the factual information you want and need. Cruise safely and tell a friend about CSSN, we make it easy for everyone to stay well informed, and Know Before You Go!