Tag: armed robbery

  • Robbers Board Tanker at Jose Terminal Anchorage, Venezuela

    March 27: A group of five robbers armed with knives and a pipe wrench boarded a tanker vessel anchored at Jose Terminal Anchorage at about 2310 hrs local time. The […]

  • Nigeria seizes 130 vessels in year

      Figures reveal scale of problem. Maritime crimes: Nigerian Navy seizes 130 vessels in 1 year The Nigerian Navy has intercepted 130 vessels for crimes perpetrated in the maritime sector […]

  • Malacca’s low crime stats

    Australian Border Forces (ABF) played a major role in reducing the number of maritime crimes along the straits. Team work with Australia sees drop in maritime crimes By Intan Amalina Mohd […]

  • Nigerians call for gunboats

    Series of attacks reported this week. Stakeholders Want Deployment Of Gunboats To Bonny Waterways Stakeholders in Rivers State have called on the security operatives to deploy more gunboats to Bonny […]

  • PH in piracy push

    Philippines wants clampdown. Finish them off! Duterte urges Asian neighbors to step up anti-piracy fight By Prince Golez President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday urged the governments of Brunei, Indonesia, and […]

  • NIMASA still fighting

    NIMASA continues to talk a good game. Peterside: FG’s Committed to Eradicating Sea Crime Unwavering By Eromosele Abiodun The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has […]

  • ReCAAP Jan statistics

    ReCAAP issues its January report. Piracy and Sea Robbery Situation in Asia in January 2019 • A total of three incidents of armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia […]

  • 30 tankers stuck at Lagos

    Clear security issue for Nigerian Navy and NIMASA. 30 fuel vessels, others stuck on Lagos high sea By Sulaimon Salau The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) cumbersome documentation process may have delayed […]

  • More Venezuela marsec issues

    The maritime crime problem off Venezuela. Venezuelan pirates – the new scourge of the Caribbean As Venezuela’s economy collapses, a tide of lawlessness is spreading to the nearby island of […]

  • Mexico, pirates and oil

    The number of attacks is up 310% in two years despite efforts by Pemex to prevent them. Piracy at Pemex: modern-day pirates strip drilling platforms in Gulf of Mexico Pemex […]