Posted on November 27, 2019 by Ilias Kiritsis

Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after pirates boarded a vessel at Guinea's Conakry Anchorage. Maritime Piracy Report - Conakry Anchorage, Guinea - Boarding - November 21st 2019

 

Category: Boarding

Date: 21st of November

Location: Conakry Anchorage, Guinea

Position:  9°31′0.00″N 13°43′0.00″W

 

Pirates boarded a merchant vessel anchored at Guinea's Conakry Anchorage during the early morning hours of November the 21st. The incident occurred approximately at 01:00 am; five armed perpetrators boarded the vessel, however, there is no more information known at this point in time.

An investigation has been opened into the event by local authorities, which is currently still on-going. 

 

ARX Maritime provide commercial risk management for vessels trading in high-risk areas, making sure that vessels adopt and implement the best risk management practices.

As part of this service, ARX Maritime have designed the ABaC (anti-boarding and climbing) system. An anti-piracy barrier solution that denies pirates from boarding vessels that are vulnerable to attack in areas of high risk. The ARX ABaC system is designed to repel grappling hooks and ladders, significantly increasing the chances of company vessels and crew surviving unwanted pirate aggression. The ARX ABaC system is easily installed and provides a cost-effective alternative to razor wire.

Posted in Security , Piracy , Boarding , Guinea , Gulf of Guinea

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