The Royal Bahamas Defence Force received reports concerning a 23-foot Contender pleasure craft that was stolen from the Nassau Harbour area early Monday morning. Acting on intelligence received, the Harbour Patrol Unit’s Delta Watch proceeded along with a team from Commando Squadron to investigate the matter aboard a Defence Force fast patrol craft. The search led Defence Force Marines to the Seabreeze Canal area where the abandoned vessel was sighted early Tuesday morning. The vessel was then towed to the Harbour Patrol Unit where the matter was turned over to Police for further investigation.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force continues to strive towards achieving greater success in fulfilling its mandate to “Guard our Heritage.”
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) is escorting three “motherships” with 124 fishermen from the Dominican Republic to the capital […]
MINISTER DAMES, MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY, ATTENDS THE XIII CONFERENCE OF DEFENSE MINISTERS OF THE AMERICAS CANCUN, MEXICO, 7th – 10th OCTOBER, 2018by Wellington Ramsey | October 12, 2018 Wellington Ramsey
(Story by: Bahamas Information Services) Minister Marvin Dames, Minister of National Security, attended the XIII (13th) Conference of Defense Ministers […]
Her Majesty’s Bahamian Ship (HMBS) BAHAMAS made a brief port of call on Wednesday October 10 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal […]