Thank you to Noonsite for the recent article and our other partners at for assisting us in looking for missing and overdue boaters. The article is below and was published October 26, 2022 on Sailing News and Updates.

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Also, it has been tremendous to see the whole maritime community come together to help the various Rescue Coordination Centers around the world find missing mariners. Our partners in the maritime community come from every facet of the boating industry, including Chris Parker, the Seven Seas Cruising Association, a maritime attorney, the Caribbean Safety and Security Net and many others. Our partners are listed at the bottom of the first page at

Assisting are the 9,600 members of our Boat Watch Facebook Group from all over the world. These members are wide ranging in the maritime world: from retired USCG, Port Captains, cruisers, dive shops, and businesses.

As the migration of boats South commences, reminds all boaters to have a float plan given to the people who know your boat and you the best, layers of communication and make sure other safety devices are registered properly, such as EPIRB’s and PLB’s. Go to for resources and articles on safey.

Again, thank you to all of you for your help. Keep your eyes open and have layers of communication.