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On a mooring ball on the island of Dominica South of Roseau near the Anchorage Hotel when two men boarded the vessel.
They entered the main cabin and wrestled the owner to the floor.
They advised the restaurant, who summoned both the police and PAYS who did a search, and then returned the crew to the yacht moored nearby.
PAYS and the coast guard conducted further searches the next day, but the dinghy was not located. A monohull was 1 of about 9 yachts on PAYS moorings in the bay.
The only other crew member was prepared with mace and was successful in a direct shot to the face of one of the attackers.
They retreated immediately and other than a bruise to the owners face and a scratch on the arm no one was harmed.
The man quickly jumped off the boat and ran down the dock letting himself out through the security gate. It was later learned that other boats had been boarded the same night.A call on Channel 16 to the local authorities was sent but NO RESPONSE. Two people beaten and tied, boarder left jacket; police identified from that; arrested two; some items look to be those taken from May incident; 22 july - 2 men sentenced to 6 yrs (same guys as May incident); 16 Oct 3rd man arrested, released on bail as juvenile Boarded by 3 men armed with gun, machete and knife; tied up crew with duct tape; beat wife (black eye) smashed VHF; stole dinghy to get to shore (recovered by police); 22 July 2 men sentenced to 2 years each (same guys as June incident); 16 Oct 3rd man arrested, released on bail as juvenile Motoryacht owners decided to snorkel in an area about 100m from their yacht.They noticed a local open motor boat with one man aboard idling slowly around the anchorage, and saw him tie up to a nearby mooring, jump in, swim to their boat, climb the ladder and enter their salon.CSSN NOTE: PAYS operates a nightime secutrity patrol in the NORTH end of Prince Rupert Bay, and a radio call from the locked cabin may have prevented this incident. CSSN UPDATE 2015-04-14: Our original posting failed to include that the Coast Guard responded very quickly, within about 10 minutes, to this threatening situation.While on a previously paid for mooring in front of the Anchorage hotel, a yacht was approached by a small local boat whose occupant threatened them with a spear gun and then attempted to use a machete to cut their line. We later learned that the yacht subsequently returned to the mooring, and that business interests in the area conducted a meeting with local boatmen to convey the seriousness of this type of behavior and to (hopefully) prevent any future occurrences.