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Somalia Piracy: Latest MSCHOA Warning for Yachts

By MSCHOA — last modified Feb 21, 2013 01:09 PM
Read the latest joint risk assessment for threats to sailing yachts in the High Risk Area off Somalia, undertaken by UKMTO, MSCHOA, NATO Shipping Centre and MARLO.

Published: 2013-01-31 00:00:00
Topics: Cruising Information , Piracy & Security
Countries: BIOT (Chagos) , Djibouti , India , Maldives , Oman , Seychelles , Somalia , Yemen

The joint risk assessment for threats to sailing yachts in the High Risk Area off Somalia has been undertaken by UKMTO, MSCHOA, NATO Shipping Centre and MARLO. Its conclusions are clear and incontrovertible - all sailing yachts under their own passage should remain out of the High Risk Area or face the risk of being attacked and pirated for ransom.

Read the full report below.

SOMALI PIRACY WARNING FOR YACHTS

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