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Maritime Security Incidents for the first half of 2014

By Andrew Robinson — last modified Jul 24, 2014 02:20 PM
Retired maritime security consultant and security officer trainer Andrew Robinson, has shared this comprehensive and accurate table of figures with noonsite. It should be noted that there continue to be reports of Somali piracy activities in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.

Published: 2014-07-20 23:00:00
Topics: Piracy & Security , Piracy Reports 2014

Maritime Security Incidents for the first half of 2014

The author of this table, Andy Robinson, is a professional analyst who has extensive experience in collecting, collating and disseminating information from various sources over a number of years.

He took an interest in the issue of maritime incidents when involved in instruction of maritime security personnel in accordance with IMO ISPS regulations and endeavoured to identify the threat to all mariners.

These figures have been produced from a number of sources including the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), International Maritime Org. (IMO), Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP), US Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), OCEANUSLive, Maritime Bulletin, Vessel Tracker and Noonsite. Additionally a number of other web sites, including maritime journals, news organisations and a general trawl through maritime sites for incidents of interest.

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