Tag: maritime security services

  • Onboard with an armed security team

    By Frank Gardner BBC security correspondent, on board the MT Sea Legend Nato navies operating off the coast of Somalia have warned of a recent increase in maritime piracy. I […]

  • Greece pulls out of EUNAVFOR

    Greece has recalled its warship from the European Union’s anti-piracy task force in the Indian Ocean to save money as it struggles to meet fiscal targets set by international lenders […]

  • Nigerian Waterways Security Controversy

    The decision of the federal government to hand over the security of Nigerian waterways to a concessionaire is facing stiff opposition from stakeholders. The recent federal government decision to concession […]

  • New anti-terror equipment

    MANILA, March 5 (PIA) — With two new utility boats and now, new anti-terror equipment, the Philippine Coast Guard sees a stronger maritime security. Philippine Coast Guard chief Vice Admiral […]

  • Superyacht Security Summit

    EUNAVFOR Chief of Staff Confirmed for Superyacht Security Summit Superyacht Events are thrilled to confirm that Captain Phil Haslam, Chief of Staff for the EUNAVFOR Counter Piracy operation, will be speaking at […]

  • IMO Stance on Killing of Fishermen

    According to Lee Adamson, head of the IMO’s public information services, the incident which occurred off the coast of Kerala on 15 February, does not fall under the purview of […]

  • Inaugural SCEG Conference

    The SCEG is a special interest group within the UK’s aerospace, defence and security trade association, ADS Group. The SCEG was appointed by the UK Government in June 2011 as […]

  • Spanish warship joins EUNAVFOR

    ESPS INFANTA ELENA, a Descubierta class corvette, joins the EUNAVFOR operation ATALANTA today, 27 February. ESPS INFANTA ELENA, commissioned into the Spanish Navy in April 1980 is a patrol ship […]

  • SA jack up navy to combat Somali piracy

    International shipping lines are seriously thinking about the safety of their vessels transiting East African waters as the threat of Somali piracy grows, says Defence and Military Veterans Affairs Minister […]

  • Unbeaten but Under Pressure

    One reason for the decline in successful attacks has been the increased use by shipping of armed guards and other security measures. But as successful attacks decline, ransom prices have […]