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Piracy Reports 2011

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East Malaysia, Borneo: Sandakan and Kudat - Theft from Yachts

Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, Tarawa: Breaking & Entering - Update 2012

Summary of Security & Piracy Reports 2011

Honduras: Rio Dulce, Guanaja, Sandy Bay - Armed Attack & Robbery

Dominican Republic, Luperon: Break-in and Burglary

Carriacou, Tyrrel Bay: Armed Boarding & Robbery - An Update

Saint Lucia: Vieux Fort - Daytime Burglaries

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Bequia, Admiralty Bay - Burglaries

Turkey, Datca: Break in and Theft

Canary Islands, La Gomera: San Sebastian Marina - Dinghy Stolen

Tobago: Englishmans Bay - Armed Boarding, Assault & Robbery

Solomon Islands, Mauali Bay (nr Tulaghi): Aggresive Boarders

Further Updates to Burglaries in the Marshall Islands

Venezuela, Isla de Margarita: Porlamar - Cruisers Robbed

PNG, Admiralty Group: Trouble on Manus Island in Lorengau - Updated

Turkey: Keci Buku - Nightime Break-in and Burglary

Malaysia, Kota Kinabalu: Sutera Harbour Marina Night Entry & Theft

Gulf of Aden: Hijacking - Danish SY ING

Tobago: Plymouth, Great Courland Bay - Daytime robbery/break-in

Solomon Islands: Tulagi Harbour - Burglary

Venezuela, Isla de Margarita: Off Porlamar - French Catamaran Armed Robbery

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Tobago Cays - Armed Robbery

Saint Lucia: Rodney Bay - Dinghy & Outboard Thefts

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Mayreau, Saline Bay - Burglary

St Vincent & the Grenadines: Mayreau, Saltwhistle Bay - Robbery

Southern Italy: Off Cape Rizzuto - Mysterious Incident

St. Vincent: Blue Lagoon - Burglary

St Vincent: Wallilabou Bay - Burglaries

Venezuela: 2011 Safety and Security Incidents

Oman: Hijack and Murder - SV Quest

Marshall Islands: Burglaries

Frightening Attack in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea

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