The widow of a Norfolk sailor who was killed on their yacht in St Lucia has said she didn't feel unsafe until "those final tragic minutes".
Roger Pratt, 62, died trying to protect his wife when armed intruders boarded their yacht on Friday.
Margaret Pratt said: "We've enjoyed our time in St Lucia, we've been here almost two and half weeks.
"We've not felt unsafe in St Lucia until the events of those final tragic minutes, and have had considerable kindness from very many people and that kindness is continuing during the period of the homicide investigations."
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