12ft Boat Located After Being Stolen From Dock

September 30, 2016

Contractors working on the Niobe Corinthian discovered a 12ft vessel that was “apparently abandoned,” and investigations to trace the owner revealed that the boat had recently been stolen from a dock in Ferry Reach.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “Contractors working on the Niobe Corinthian discovered a 12ft local vessel with outboard engine berthed between the ship and Marginal Wharf, apparently abandoned.

“Investigations to trace the owner were escalated involving the Marine Police and Marine & Ports database, which indicated that the vessel had not been registered since 2012.

“Marine Police managed to track down the new owner who advised that the boat had recently been stolen from a dock in Ferry Reach.

“The new owners were reminded of the need to register the boat immediately with Marine & Ports and to attend Southside Police station before recovery of vessel from Marginal Wharf.

“On Wednesday 28th September, the owner attended Marginal Wharf for recovery of vessel back to Ferry Reach.”

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  1. Commodore JB says:

    Hmm. I wonder if it was the same idiot that stole the tender to my yacht from Barr’s Bay. The new sheriff on the water still hasn’t caught the culprit. He needs to get his seamen out on the water instead of letting them have an all day lunch hour.

  2. Real Deal says:

    stolen from a dock in Ferry Reach sure it was. a bit hard to swallow.

  3. wahoo says:

    Sounds fishy to me. I would be more interested to know what kind of work is being done on Niobe Corinthian, are they patching up the rusty spots?

  4. wahoo says:

    Something fishy about this.

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