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Piracy Archive 2000-2005


Please note that whilst these pages are grouped under "Piracy", they in fact relate to yacht security (in some cases piracy) and include reports on security incidents against yachts and cruisers.


2005 - Piracy Reports from Other Areas

2005 - Piracy Reports from Venezuela

2005 - Piracy Reports from Jamaica

2005 - Piracy Reports from Gulf of Aden

2004 - Piracy Reports

2004 - Mixed Reports On Papua New Guinea Security

2003 - Piracy Reports

A Few Thoughts on Piracy: Australia to Turkey, September 2002 to June 2003

2002 - Piracy Reports

2001 - Piracy Reports

2003 near encounter with pirates off Yemen coast
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