Sunday at around 5:00 am, subject to strong winds and a strong swell, the rope of the anchor broke driving the sailboat in the bay of Petit-Goâve where, without visibility, it violently aground.
"The people of Petit-Goâve who rescued us were much more motivated by the idea of robe coal rather than really help us," said Guisnol, who also deplored the lack of intervention by local authorities and officials of the Maritime Service and Navigation of Haiti (SEMANAH).
Let's stressing that the four sailors : Canon Guisnol, Nelson Fritzny, Dieuseul Pierre, Adrien Jean Baptiste were all four safe and sound of this shipwreck.
A port citizen suggested that a lighthouse be placed on the bay or on the coast to guide ships at night.
HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)