Monthly Archives: February 2019

Weekly Maritime Security Report

27th Feb 2019
PGI Risk Portal Business performance relies on a good understanding of the environments in which you operate, invest, and travel. Information and targeted analysis provide companies with the necessary insights to ensure business continuity and the safety of their assets and staff. The PGI Risk Portal provides subscribers with up-to-date information and analysis on geo-political events, maritime security incidents and business-relevant threats worldwide. Click here now to register for your FREE trial     Yemen: Skiffs approach underway oil tanker off the coast of Perim Island 24 February Two skiffs approached an underway oil tanker around 42 nm southwest of Perim Island at 1700 hrs local time. The skiffs came within 1 cable of the vessel. Further information regarding the incident was not immediately available. Yemen: Skiff approaches… Read More

Yacht Approached By Skiff Ladders Sighted

26th Feb 2019
Date Time: 26/02/2019 08:30:00 UTC Area: Horn of Africa Status: SUSPECT_ACTIVITY Lat: 12°56'0 N Lon: 48°17'0 E Detail: Underway yacht was approached by one skiff at approx 0830 UTC in position 12:56N - 048:17E, around 109nm SW of Al Mukalla, Yemen, (IRTC) Gulf of Aden. Skiff, with ladder sighted, closed to within 1nm. Reported (UKMTO) 26 Feb. Source: UNID: 5651 Action: NEW Reported By: OL BRAVO   To find out about all the services we offer here at Halcyon Click Here Read More

Weekly Maritime Security Report

22nd Feb 2019
China: Robber boards bulk carrier at Caofeidian Anchorage 10 February The duty officer on board an anchored bulk carrier noticed from the bridge wing a hose connected from an opened diesel oil tank manhole to a small unlit barge alongside the ship at 0240 hrs local time at Caofeidian Anchorage. The robber was spotted lowering the hose and escaping in the barge after crew raised the alarm. A search of the carrier found that diesel oil had been stolen. PGI Analysis: Robberies are sporadically reported at Caofeidian Anchorage, although many incidents are likely to go unreported. Robbers often target vessels at anchorages overnight to take advantage of low visibility, underscoring the need for vigilance at all times when anchored in the region. Select Maritime… Read More

Weekly Maritime Security Report

12th Feb 2019
PGI Risk Portal Business performance relies on a good understanding of the environments in which you operate, invest, and travel. Information and targeted analysis provide companies with the necessary insights to ensure business continuity and the safety of their assets and staff. The PGI Risk Portal provides subscribers with up-to-date information and analysis on geo-political events, maritime security incidents and business-relevant threats worldwide. Click here now to register for your FREE trial   India: Robbers attempt to board berthed tanker at Kandla Port 3 February According to late reports, the chief officer onboard a berthed Singapore-flagged product tanker noticed a boat under the forecastle and notified the other deck crew at 2200 hrs local time at Kandla Port. The boat moved away after seeing the alerted crew.… Read More

Weekly Maritime Security Report

6th Feb 2019
PGI Risk Portal Business performance relies on a good understanding of the environments in which you operate, invest, and travel. Information and targeted analysis provide companies with the necessary insights to ensure business continuity and the safety of their assets and staff. The PGI Risk Portal provides subscribers with up-to-date information and analysis on geo-political events, maritime security incidents and business-relevant threats worldwide. Click here now to register for your FREE trial        China: Robbers board carrier at Jingtang Anchorage 29 January Two robbers wearing masks reportedly boarded an anchored ore carrier at Jingtang port in Tangshan. The robbers were seen lowering hoses and escaping from the quarter deck. Crew raised the alarm at 0055 hrs local time after noticing an unlit barge alongside the carrier. On… Read More