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Attempted Boarding off the Coast of the Philippines - May 10th 2019

Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after pirates attempted to board a vessel transiting off the coast of the Philippines.

May 15 2019

Cargo Ship Catches Fire in the Philippines

The Cargo ship, Andrea Princess 2 caught on fire in the evening of April the 22nd, while berthed in Cebu Province, Philippines.

Apr 26 2019

Pirates Successfully Rob Vessel at Manila's South Anchorage, Philippines - March 26th 2019

Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after pirates boarded a vessel anchored at Manila's South Anchorage, Philippines.

Apr 03 2019

Vessel Robbed at Batangas Anchorage, Philippines - March 26th 2019

Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after pirates boarded a vessel anchored at Batangas Anchorage Alpha, Philippines.

Apr 03 2019

Duterte Calls for a Three-Nation Coalition in Order to Combat Piracy in Southeast Asia

President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has urged the governments of Malaysia and Indonesia to band together with the Philippines in order to combat piracy and prevent the kidnapping of seafarers in Southeast Asia.

Feb 20 2019

Authorities Search for Missing Seafarer

The Philippine Coast Guard has launched a search for a seafarer that went missing near the city of Laguindingan on the 15th of January.

Jan 23 2019

Three Crewmen Die Aboard Japanese Cargo Vessel

Three crewmen died while aboard the Panama-flagged merchant vessel, Apollo Kita, after losing consciousness due to oxygen deprivation in the ship’s cargo hold.

Nov 13 2018

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The Crisis in Yemen

Lawrie Clapton
Intelligence Analyst

The severe degradation of Yemen’s security, economy and infrastructure has exacerbated a cycle of violence which will likely destabilise the country for years if not decades. This poses a particular risk to the maritime sector, as the deteriorated security situation has reduced the forces available to safely police and secure Yemen’s coastline.

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