Tag: maritime news

  • Vietnamese CG vs. pirates – Conclusion

    The hunt for Sunrise 689. Vietnamese coast guards vs. pirates – Conclusion: Searching for a ‘blind’ ship Searching for a ship floating in an immense sea without any information is […]

  • Germany holds piracy workshops

    Federal Police run anti-piracy training. Combat Games for the Jolly Roger in the Baltic By Eva-Maria Mester It’s hot and cramped in the engine room of the Rettin; the air is […]

  • Shipping routes change in IOR

    Military fears complacency setting in. Changes in shipping routes and speed as piracy declines in the Western Indian Ocean With the decline of piracy incidents in the Western Indian Ocean, […]

  • Southeast Asia Piracy A Clear Threat

    Oceans Beyond Piracy releases its annual report. Southeast Asia Piracy A Clear Threat The maritime advocacy group Oceans Beyond Piracy has released its fifth annual State of Maritime Piracy Report, […]

  • NIMASA Pays Tompolo N1.5bn ($7.5 million) Monthly

    Huge sums paid to ex-MEND commander. NIMASA Pays Tompolo N1.5bn ($7.5 million) Monthly – Ex-chairman By Edegbe Odemwingie, By Midat Joseph, osaro okhomina The pioneer chairman of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and […]

  • Forum fears about fuel siphoning

    Asian Shipowners discuss piracy. Forum fears about fuel siphoning and migrants Titus Zheng he 24th Annual meeting of the Asian Shipowners’ Forum (ASF) was held in Jeju, South Korea, on […]

  • Nigeria’s maritime security

    Will new President affect change? Will Buhari Change the Face of Nigerian Maritime Security? By Cassie Blombaum, Guardian Global Resources The campaign speeches have long been over, the ballot boxes […]

  • French warship makes call at Pulau Indah

    Ship rescued citizens from Yemen en route to Malaysia. French warship Aconit makes week-long call at Pulau Indah BY GRACE CHEN The Aconit, a French stealth frigate, made a stop at […]

  • Exercise Obangame Express 2015

    Multi national exercise in Gulf of Guinea. Obangame Express 2015: Two steps forward, one step back MATT HIPPLE Between 19 and 27 March OBANGAME EXPRESS, African Partnership Station’s annual exercise […]

  • Piracy surges in Southeast Asia

    No sign of decrease in SE Asia attacks. One coastal tanker hijacked every two weeks in South East Asia A small coastal tanker is hijacked by pirates in South East […]