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Abduction off Malaysia: Nine crew released, one still missing

Nine out of the ten fishermen who were kidnapped in Malaysian waters last week are reportedly free, according to data provided by the ReCAAP ISC. The nine men were brought to Talipao for custody and debrief. One of the abducted crew is still missing.

Four arrested after attempting to rob tanker off Malaysia

In its weekly report for 18-24 June, the ReCAAP ISC informed of one incident of armed robbery against the tanker ‘M.T. Ponier’, while anchored in Teluk Ramunia waters, off Pengerang, Malaysia. All four perpetrators were arrested. However, two of the four perpetrators escaped by jumping overboard.

ReCAAP ISC: May saw more piracy incidents than the past six months

ReCAAP ISC issued its monthly piracy report, informing of seven incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia in May 2019, which is an increase compared to the past six preceding months. During January-May 2019, a total of 21 incidents were reported, which are the lowest among a 13-year period.

ReCAAP ISC: Six incidents on western Singapore Strait since February

In its weekly report for 28 May- 3 June, ReCAAP ISC reported two Category 4 incidents of armed robbery and one attempted piracy incident against ships in Asia. Notably, there have been six incidents in close proximity to each other in the western sector of the Singapore Strait since February.

First CAT 2 incident in 2019 off Indonesia, crew held hostage

In its weekly report for 21-27 May, ReCAAP ISC reported two armed robberies against ships in Asia. One of them is CAT 4, which means the perpetrators were not armed, and the crew not harmed, but the other one was a CAT 2, which means a moderately significant incident, with crew held hostage. Both incidents occurred in Indonesia. 

Another unauthorised boarding in Singapore Strait

In its weekly report for 14-20 May, ReCAAP ISC informed of one armed robbery against a ship in Asia, involving the Niue-flagged tug boat ‘Barlian T1201’ while underway in the Singapore Strait. This incident is in the vicinity of the previous four incidents reported in the area from February to April 2019.

Tanker robbed while at Indian anchorage

In its weekly piracy report for 7-13 May, ReCAAP ISC informed of one Category 4 incident of armed robbery against the Marshall Islands-flagged tanker ‘Arionas’, while anchored at Port Deendayal (Kandla) outer anchorage, India, on the evening hours of 9 May.

ReCAAP ISC: Piracy in January-April 2019 the lowest in 13 years

A total of three armed robberies against ships were reported in Asia in April 2019, according to ReCAAP ISC’s monthly report, representing a 70% decrease from April 2018. Both the total number of incidents and the number of actual incidents reported during January-April 2019 are the lowest among a 13-year period.

Perpetrators board tanker off Indian anchorage

In its weekly report for 30 April-6 May, ReCAAP ISC informed of one actual incident of armed robbery against the Bahamas-registered tanker ‘Sonangol Namibe’, while the ship was proceeding at Visakhapatnam SPM anchorage, India. 

Two armed robberies against ships in Singapore Strait

In its weekly piracy report for 23-29 April, ReCAAP ISC informed of two actual incidents of armed robbery against ships in Asia. Both incidents occurred in the westbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait on 24 and 25 April.

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