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Bulk Carrier Catches on Fire in the Detroit River

The Canadian Bulk Carrier, TECUMSEH caught on fire during the afternoon hours of December the 15th while transiting through the Detroit River.

Dec 17 2019

Capsized Tug Spills Diesel after Colliding with Bridge

The United States-flagged Tug, MISS BONNIE capsized during the morning hours of Sunday the 17th of November after colliding with a bridge in Oregon, US.

Nov 20 2019

10 Tons of Diesel Fuel Spill into Port Arthur as Vessels Collide

Two United States-flagged vessels collided during the morning hours of November the 14th near the entrance to Port Arthur, Texas.

Nov 18 2019

USCG Successfully Medevacs Tanker Crew Member off Midway

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) successfully medevaced a seafarer from the Norwegian Oil Tanker, LEIKANGER after the crewman fell inexplicably ill.

Oct 23 2019

United States Coast Guard Intercepts Submersible Carrying over 12,000 Pounds of Cocaine

The United States Coast Guard  (USCG) Cutter, VALIANT intercepted a drug-carrying submersible while on routine patrol in the Eastern Pacific.

Sep 25 2019

Vessel Catches on Fire and Sinks off the Coast of Honolulu, 7 Seafarers Rescued

A Hawaiian Commercial Fishing Vessel caught on fire and sank, during the afternoon hours of September the 17th while operating off the coast of Honolulu.

Sep 19 2019

United States Coast Guard Warns Shipping Companies to Guard Against Cyber Attacks

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has issued an official warning to shipping companies on June the 8th as to the potential risks involved in a cyber-attack after a recent malware attack on a vessel entering the country.

Jul 11 2019

United States Coast Guard Offloads 27,000 Pounds of Cocaine in Miami

The United States Coast Guard offloaded more than 27,000 pounds of cocaine on March the 22nd at its Coast Guard Base in Miami Beach.

Mar 25 2019

US Coast Guard Rescues Two Fishermen in the Gulf of Guinea

US Coast Guard Cutter, Thetis successfully rescued two fishermen on March the 14th that had been stranded in the Gulf of Guinea.

Mar 21 2019

Two Seafarers Rescued After Falling Overboard

Two engineers aboard the Cyprus-flagged tanker, SHARON SEA (Formerly known as Chemtrans Nova), had to be rescued by the United States Coast Guard when the lifeboat they were working on, detached itself from the tanker.

Feb 07 2019

US Coast Guard Seizes 2000 pounds of Cocaine, Off The Coast of Puerto Rico

Following the interdiction of a go-fast vessel, the US Coast Guard (USCG) and Caribbean Border Interagency Group (CBIG) seized over 2000 pounds of cocaine, estimated at 30 million dollars, off the coast of Luquillo, Puerto Rico.

Oct 18 2018

Whitepapers

Security 2.0 - Countering Pirates in the Age of Automation

Vlad I. Sutea
Intelligence Analyst

In order to remain competitive and efficient, the maritime sector is spearheading innovation in virtually all aspects related to seafaring. Automation, Artificial Intelligence and Digitalization will all come to play a major role in the Industry’s future. Regardless of where you stand on the human versus automation debate, the course is set for greater automation in shipping, and while traditional pirates are unlikely to trade their AK- 47s for keyboards,  existing crime syndicates operating in cyberspace are likely to spill over into the seven seas.

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