EU Naval Force Calls for Vigilance Following Reports that a Dhow May Have Been Seized off the East Coast of SomaliaMarch 24, 2017 - 18:21
EU Naval Force staff are currently liaising with Somali and counter-piracy partners to verify reports that a dhow has been seized by a possible pirate action group off the north-eastern coast of Somalia.
EU Naval Force will issue more details once more information is known.
In light of the recent pirating of fuel tanker, MT Aris 13, on Monday 13 March 2017, vessels are reminded, in accordance with BMP4, to remain vigilant in the Indian Ocean and stay within the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor as they transit through the Gulf of Aden.
MT Aris 13 was released after being held by armed pirates for four days.
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Operation ATALANTA flagship ESPS SANTA MARIA and JS OHNAMI met at sea to conduct a PASSEX in the Gulf of Aden.
EU NAVFOR SOMALIA REACTS ON POSSIBLE HIJACKING OF A SHIP AT THE HORN OF AFRICA
EU NAVFOR OPERATION ATALANTA AND HER SPANISH FRIGATE SANTA MARÍA RECEIVED A DISTRESS CALL FROM A DRIFTING TUG SHIP 200 NM AWAY. THE TUG HAD BEEN DRIFTING FOR MORE THAN 10 DAYS WITH NO WATER OR FOOD.
Launch Event of the State of Maritime Piracy 2019 hosted by UNODC’s Global maritime Crime Programme and Stable Seas