Antiguans urged to be on the lookout for a missing St. Vincent and the Grenadines vessel with 5 crew members onboard


I am from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. We are currently looking for a vessel that has been missing since July 1st following Hurricane Beryl. There have been reports that it was found in Antigua, but there is uncertainty surrounding this. Can you help confirm its status?

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  1. Here we go again. This country is always in the news. When it is not one thing it’s the other

    • @Zackie … I now realize why u and Brixs complements each other … Both of u are insensitive idiots cool aid drinkers… Such foolish coments

  2. Very insensitive comments made by Shameful Government and Zackie. These people’s families are seeking help to find their missing loved ones and these are the comments you can sit behind a screen to compose. Shame on you!


    Well, being a natural-born ‘Vincentian’ from the ‘…Colonarie Community,’ one shall be more concerned with the ‘…Missing Vessel and 5-member crew,’ than what is being expressed on this page.

    None is pointing an accusatory finger at the nation of ‘…Antigua and Barbuda.’

    Seems somewhat ‘…Nutty to Insinuate.’

    Though some ‘…Mishap’ may have occurred, if found or seen in ‘…Antiguan and Barbudan Water,’ the owners are merely seeking to ascertain their whereabouts.’

    Early days yet. Merely a simple inquiry.
    Iit would be ‘…Reckless to Assume’ otherwise.

    A ‘…Category-4 Hurricane,’ such as ‘BERYL,’ could never have blown it from the ‘…Southern Grenadines,’ North to this nation.

    Still, shall take a look in some areas.

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