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Piracy Reports 2007


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.


2007 - Piracy Round-Up for the Year

NE Brazil, Sao Luis - Yacht Attacked

Venezuela, Margarita - Increase in Yacht Attacks in 2007

SE Indian Ocean, Madagascar, Majunga - Piracy Incident

Papua New Guinea, Madang - Attack on Yacht

Gulf Of Aden, Yemen - Suspicious Approach

Two Suspect Incidents In Gulf Of Aden

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