Monday, June 10, 2013

Lady Domina On Radio 1150 AM

Tim Paynter and Willie Rouge talked about the missing yacht, Lady Domina, on 1150 AM radio, Denver.  They asked all of their listeners to phone home and ask their relatives to be on the lookout for the missing yacht.  

Demographics show listeners of Un Dia Sin Fronteras come from mostly Spanish speaking countries. Those include the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico and a host of different places that are in the Caribbean

The Lady Domina

The Lady Domina Disappeared March 31st, 2013.  She was reported to have arrived and left Puerto Rico on April 4th, 2013.  Some people believe she is taking the long route home to Norway.  Others think she may have had engine problems

and is floating in the Atlantic.  She carried a large amount of food and water.  The crew were solid people and good sailors.

You can listen to the program HERE.  The program is in Spanish.  Just hit the button "Show 1013".

If the yacht is spotted please notify us HERE, and Tore Christiansen HERE.

We are also looking for pictures, videos, personal anecdotes, of the boat and crew, anything that might give us a clue as to where this boat is.

One suspicion is the Lady Domina was hijacked, though hijackings on the route are rare.  Such event could have occurred while the yacht was in Puerto Rico.  If so, the yacht could be ANYWHERE including in central and South American ports.

San Juan Puerto Rico

Also missing are the crew from the French yacht, Grain de Soleil.  The boat sank after encountering a severe storm about 500 miles Southwest of the Azores.  An active search continued for an extended period of time.  However, no sign of the missing crew was found.  

All ships and all sailors to the region are asked to keep a sharp lookout for the Grain de Soleil and the Lady Domina.

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