The ReCAAP ISC in its weekly report on maritime piracy for 15-21 January, published updates on the fishermen of the Sri Dewi fishing vessel, that were abducted in the waters off Gaya Island, Semporna, Sabah on September 11, 2018. As the one fisherman was rescued on December, the second one was found and rescued on January 15.
According to ReCAAP ISC, during 15-21 January 2018, one incident of armed robbery was reported concerning a Panama-flagged cargo vessel, called ‘Mito’. The incident took place in Indonesia, as the vessel was anchored at the Ciwandan port.
According to Indonesia’s Ministry of Transport, the search for the crude palm oil tanker which has reportedly disappeared in Indonesian waters keeps on going and enters the third week. The communication with the vessel and its 12 crew members was lost on December 27.
Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency has launched a search for a crude palm oil tanker which has reportedly disappeared in Indonesian waters. A total of 12 crew are onboard. The ‘Namse Bangdzod’ departed from Sampit, Central Kalimantan, heading to Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, on 27 December.
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