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UKMTO Weekly Report 30 Jun - 6 Jul 2018

Fecha de la noticias: 08/07/2018 • Publicada: 08/07/2018 

This week UKMTO has issued two Advisories  and no Warnings

 1. The Maritime Shipping Industry’s publication ‘Best Management Practises to Deter Piracy and Enhance Maritime Security in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea’ (BMP5), was released last month. Superseding BMP4, BMP5 includes additional guidance on how to best mitigate against a broader range of maritime threat including piracy, conflict spill over into the maritime domain and terrorism.

2. In addition to BMP5, an association of Shipping Industry organizations simultaneously launched a new Maritime Global Security website including their new publication the ‘Global Counter Piracy Guidance for Companies, Masters and Seafarers’ which covers the threat to shipping worldwide. Both publications can be viewed on the new website at www.maritimeglobalsecurity.org

ADVISORIES

001/JUL/2018

Category: Suspicious Approach

Description: On 04 JUL 2018 at approximately 09.50UTC a Merchant Vessel in position: 24 02 02N 059 55 38E reported being approached at speed by 2 white hulled small craft with 4 POB. The closest point of approach on the Merchant Vessel was 500m. The crew and vessel are safe



002/JUL/2018

Category: Attack

Description: Time late report received: on 04 JUL 2018 at approximately 05.02UTC an MV in position: 13 33.2N 042 40.1E (Approx. 5 miles south of Hanish Islands) reported being approached at speed by 3, white and blue hulled skiffs. Each skiff had 7/8 POB. The skiffs fired at the MV, embarked AST returned fire. The crew and vessel are SAFE