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Re: Información Sobre: SEGURIDAD MARITIMA

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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/07/world ... tes&st=cse

Detrás de la intervención EEUU hay bastante diplomacia y sigue manteniendo relación con Iran en otras areas...
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Re: Información Sobre: SEGURIDAD MARITIMA

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Fuerzas de la Marina de Dinamarca han liberado frente a las costas de Somalia a 14 pescadores iraníes y paquistaníes que se encontraban en poder de un grupo de piratas, según informó hoy en Copenhague un portavoz militar.

Precisó que durante la operación para liberar a los rehenes, los militares daneses procedentes del buque de guerra "Absalon" detuvieron además a un total de 25 presuntos piratas, sin que llegara a producirse herido alguno, indicó Efe.

La Marina danesa destacó que los rehenes iraníes y paquistaníes, miembros de la tripulación del buque pesquero, se encontraban en poder de sus captores desde hace varios meses.

El portavoz explicó que todos ellos se encuentran bien dadas las circunstancias, aunque fueron maltratados durante el tiempo que estuvieron en manos de los piratas.

Esta misma semana fuerzas navales estadounidenses liberaron en las costas del estrecho de Ormuz a otra tripulación de 13 pescadores iraníes que secuestrados hace varias semanas por piratas somalís.


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Reporte de pirateria en el Golfo de Guinea 2011

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Estos son los casos de pirateria en el 2011 en el Golfo de Guinea.
Incluye : Perpetrados , sospechosos y atentados.
La informacion es de "Live Piracy Map 2011"

El orden seguido es de Norte a Sur.

GUINEA CONAKRY

 Attack Number: 288-11
 Date: Fri Jul 22 2011
 Type of Vessel : Vehicle Carrier
 LAT ' :31
 Location detail: Conakry Port
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 22.07.2011: 0340 LT: Conakry Port, Guinea.
Armed robbers boarded a vehicle carrier during cargo operations and held a duty crew at gun point and forced him to direct them to the ship's stores. They hit the crew when he resisted. The robbers forced their way into the forecastle store and stole ship's stores before escaping.
N9°31’10" W13°43’9"
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/299


 Attack Number: 2011/215
 Date: Mon May 23 2011
 Type of Vessel :General Cargo
 LAT ' :25
 Location detail:Conakry anchorage
 Type of Attack :Boarded
 Narrations: 23.05.2011: 0231 UTC: Posn: 09:25.44N – 013:44.4W, Conakry anchorage, Guinea.
Ten robbers armed with guns attacked, fired upon and boarded a general cargo ship at anchor. They threatened the crew members and stole ship’s cash, properties, crew’s cash and personal belongings and escaped. No injuries to crew. Port authority informed.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/225

 Attack Number: 2011/042
 Date: Sun Jan 23 2011
 Type of Vessel : Container
 LAT ' :22
 Location detail: Conakry anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 23.01.2011: 0320 LT: Conakry anchorage, Guinea.
Four robbers armed with knives boarded a container ship at anchor. Duty AB noticed the robbers, informed bridge thru vhf radio and took shelter from the pirates. D/O raised alarm and crew mustered. Upon hearing the alarm, the robbers jumped overboard and escaped with a drum of oil. Port control informed.
N9°22’0" W13°47’0"
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/44


 Attack Number: 351-11
 Date: Thu Sep 29 2011
 Type of Vessel : General Cargo
 LAT ' : 24
 Location detail: Conakry Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 29.09.2011: 0505 UTC: Posn: 09:24N - 013:43W, Conakry Anchorage, Guinea.
10 - 12 robbers armed with guns and knives boarded the ship at anchor. Crew members were assaulted and injured during the incident. The robbers stole ship's cash, crew cash and crew personal belongings and escaped. Port authorities were contacted but received no response
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/365


 Attack Number:271-11
 Date:Sat Jul 09 2011
 Type of Vessel : Bulk Carrier
 LAT ' :6
 Location detail: Conakry
 Type of Attack : Fired Upon
 Narrations: 09.07.2011: 2140 UTC: Posn: 09:06.0N – 014:06.3W, Conakry, Guinea.
Pirates in a motor boat approached a drifting bulk carrier. Duty officer noticed the approaching boat and raised alarm and crew mustered. Pirates fired machine guns and RPG at the vessel and moved away. Vessel proceeded further out to sea.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/281


SIERRA LEONA


 Attack Number:381-11
 Date: Thu Nov 03 2011
 Type of Vessel :General Cargo
 LAT ' : 30
 Location detail: Freetown Inner Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 03.11.2011: 0255 LT: POSN: 08:30.06N - 013:13.82W, Freetown Inner Anchorage, Sierra Leone.
Two robbers boarded a general cargo ship at anchor. Robbers were spotted on main deck by duty watch man. Bridge was informed and alarm raised. Robbers escaped. Port authority was inform. Nothing was stolen and no casualties.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/394


COSTA DE MARFIL


 Attack Number: 2011/030
 Date: Sun Jan 16 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 14
 Location detail: Abidjan anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 16.01.2011: 0425 UTC: Posn: 05:14N – 004:00W, Abidjan anchorage, Ivory Coast.
Deck watch keeper onboard an anchored tanker noticed a robber on the forecastle deck. Upon investigating the watch keeper was threatened with a knife. D/O on bridge informed and alarm raised. The robber cut a mooring rope and escaped. Port control informed the vessel that they would not come to the vessel as the robber was not caught.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/31


GHANA


 Attack Number: 2011/185
 Date: Fri May 06 2011
 Type of Vessel :
 LAT ' : 52
 Location detail: Takoradi anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 06.05.2011: 0345 LT: Posn: 04:54.2N - 001:43.4W, Takoradi anchorage, Ghana.

Around seven robbers armed with knives in three fishing boats came close to a support vessel at anchor. Two robbers manage to board and steal ship properties during the watch change over. Port authority informed. All crew are safe.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/195

 Attack Number 2011/S7
 Date: Mon Mar 21 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 42
 Location detail: Around 70nm SxW of Takorad
 Type of Attack :
 Narrations: SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT: this incident will not appear in IMB statistics.
21.03.2011: 1630 UTC: Posn: 03:42.9N - 001:58.4W, around 70nm SxW of Takoradi, Ghana.
An unidentified boat was observed approaching a tanker underway at high speed. Master sounded the siren, increased speed, commenced evasive manoeuvres and deployed fire hoses. The boat had 5 persons on board. It reduced speed, passed along the ship's port side at a distance of 10-15 metres and stopped 100 metres astern of the tanker. Another boat was seen approaching and it stopped next to the first boat. Master continued at increased speed and monitored the two boats until the boats were at a safe distance astern from the tanker.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/139

 Attack Number: S11-11
 Date: Thu Dec 08 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 48
 Location detail: Around 240 NM South of Takoradi, Ghana, Gulf of Guinea
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT REPORT AND WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE IMB STATISTICS.
08.12.2011: 1730 LT: Posn: 00:48N – 002:04W, Around 240 NM South of Takoradi, Ghana, Gulf of Guinea.
OOW onboard a drifting tanker noticed on radar a small boat approaching from a distance of 8nm. When the boat reached 4nm, the OOW made several attempts to contact the boat but received no response. He immediately informed the Master. Attempts to raise the boat by VHF and ship horn were not successful. When the boat was 2nm off, Master ordered main engines to be started. The suspicious boat followed for a while and then stopped. The boat was about 30 meters length and looked very old and rusty. No fishing gear was visible.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/433


TOGO


 Attack Number: 378-11
 Date: Wed Oct 26 2011
 Type of Vessel : Refrigerated Cargo
 LAT ' : 15
 Location detail: Off Togo
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 26.10.2011: 0750 UTC: Posn: 04:15.6N - 001:25.6E, Off Togo.
A refrigerated cargo ship drifting noticed on radar an approaching small boat. As the boat closed towards the vessel no change in course or speed was observed. Seeing this Master raised alarm, started main engine, increased speed and commenced evasive manoeuvres. The boat followed the vessel for a while before reducing speed and moving away.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/392


 Attack Number: 345-11
 Date: Thu Sep 22 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 01
 Location detail: Lome Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 22.09.2011: 0530 UTC: Posn: 06:01N - 001:15E, Lome Anchorage, Togo.
Duty officer onboard an anchored chemical tanker noticed a fishing boat slowly approaching. As the boat closed to the ship the duty officer informed the boat to move away. This was ignored by the fishing boat and later two more boats were seen to join the first boat. Master informed Togo Navy which responsed to the call and detain two boats while the third escaped.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/359


 Attack Number: 346-11
 Date: Sat Sep 24 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 01
 Location detail: Lome Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 24.09.2011: 0130 UTC: Posn: 06:01N - 001:15E, Lome Anchorage, Togo.
Two small boats closed onto the shipside of an anchored chemical tanker. The duty officer told the boats to move away but this was ignored. Later, two more boats were seem approaching the vessel from the stern and securing themselves to the ships rudder. Master informed Togo Navy which responded and detained all four boats. Nothing stolen.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/360


 Attack Number: 334-11
 Date: Wed Sep 14 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 00
 Location detail: Lome Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 14.09.2011: 0355 UTC: POSN: 06:00.7N – 001:19.6E, Lome Anchorage, Togo.
Six suspected robbers in a boat approached an anchored product tanker and attempted to climb onboard. Master raised the alarm, mustered all crew and contacted local authorities on VHF Ch 16. Seeing crew alertness the robbers aborted the attempt. Later a naval patrol boat arrived on location and after a search were able to apprehend the suspected robbers.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/346


 Attack Number: 336-11
 Date: Fri Sep 16 2011
 Type of Vessel : Bulk Carrier
 LAT ' : 03
 Location detail: Lome anchorage
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 16.09.2011: 0340 LT: POSN: 06:03.7N - 001:17.5E, Lome Anchorage, Togo.
Seven robbers in a fast boat approached an anchored bulk carrier. Duty crew spotted the robbers, contacted the bridge and informed another watchman for assistance. One of the robbers was seen ready with a hook attached with rope. Master raised alarm, sounded ships horn and crew directed search lights. Upon noticing the crew alertness, the robbers aborted the attempted attack and moved away. Togo navy was contacted but no response received. Later, a naval boat came and patrolled the area.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/348


 Attack Number: 333-11
 Date: Wed Sep 14 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 01
 Location detail: Around 7nm south of Lome breakwater
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 14.09.2011: 0415 UTC: POSN: 06:01.39N – 001:18.30E, Around 7nm south of Lome breakwater, Togo.
Around 26 robbers in two boats came alongside and attempted to board an anchored chemical tanker. Portable ladder and ropes were noticed in the boats. Master raised the alarm, mustered all crew, contacted local authorities on VHF Ch 16 and heaved up anchor. Seeing crew alertness the robbers aborted the attempt. Later a naval patrol boat arrived on location.
Master reported that the same robbers had attempted to board another vessel eight cables from his vessels position prior to attacking his vessel.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/345


BENIN


 Attack Number: 331-11
 Date: Wed Sep 14 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 33
 Location detail: Around 62nm SW of Cotonou, Benin
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 14.09.2011: 0121 UTC: Around 62nm SW of Cotonou, Benin.
Armed pirates boarded and hijacked a product tanker during STS operations and took her 23 crew members hostage. The pirates sailed the vessel to a unknown location. Further report awaited.
N5°33’42" E1°41’36"
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/343


 Attack Number: 332-11
 Date: Tue Sep 13 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 33
 Location detail: Around 62nm SW of Cotonou, Benin
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 14.09.2011: 0121 UTC: Around 62nm SW of Cotonou, Benin.
Armed pirates boarded a product tanker during STS operations. Master sent SSAS alert, crew locked in engine room and contacted CSO. Later pirates left the vessel. Crew came out of the engine room and conducted a search for the pirates and found vessel safe. The crew regained control of the vessel.
N5°33’57" N5°33’57"
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/344


TOGO


 Attack Number: S9-11
 Date: Mon Aug 22 2011
 Type of Vessel : Container
 LAT ' : 21
 Location detail: Around 60nm SE of Lome, Togo
 Type of Attack :
 Narrations: Please Note this incident will not be included in the IMB statistics.
22.08.2011: 0900 UTC: Posn: 05:21.2N - 001:55.6E, Around 60nm SE of Lome, Togo.
A white coloured suspicious fishing boat was noticed to be slowly closing on to a drifting container ship. The ship started her engine and moved away from the boat. The suspicious boat tried to follow the ship but later stopped as the ships speed increased. The description of the boat was similar to the one reported by a drifting tanker. The tanker had reported around 30 uniformed persons with machine guns in the boat.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/332


BENIN


 Attack Number: 2011/156
 Date: Wed Apr 13 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 16
 Location detail: Around 67nm SxW of Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 13.04.2011: 1239 LT: Posn: 05:16N – 002:05E: around 67nm SxW of Cotonou, Benin.
Ten armed robbers boarded a chemical tanker at anchor. The vessel sent a SSAS alert. The piracy reporting centre contacted the authorities and requested assistance for the crew and vessel. Further information indicated that the robbers left the vessel on 14 April 2011after stealing crew and ship property. All crew safe.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/166


 Attack Number: 318-11
 Date: Sat Aug 20 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 38
 Location detail: Off Cotonou, Benin
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 20.08.2011: 2325 UTC: Posn: 05:38N – 002:39E, Off Cotonou, Benin.
Twelve pirates armed with guns boarded a chemical tanker involved in STS operations. The pirates took control of the ship and sailed to an unknown location. Owners unable to contact the vessel. Further details awaited.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/329


 Attack Number: 2011/248
 Date: Tue Jun 14 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 52
 Location detail: Cotonou anchorage
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 14.06.2011: Posn: 05:52N – 002:36E: Cotonou anchorage, Benin.
Armed robbers boarded and hijacked an anchored chemical tanker. They forced the captain to sail the vessel to an unknown location. The pirates stole ship’s properties and left the vessel.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/258


Attack Number: 2011/265
 Date: Thu Jun 30 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 0
 Location detail: Cotonou anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 30.06.2011: 0205 UTC: Posn: 06:00N – 002:29E: Cotonou anchorage, Benin.
Armed robbers in a speed boat boarded a product tanker during STS operations, stole ship’s and crew properties and escaped. For safe STS operations the vessel had to remove the razor wire surrounding the vessel. The robbers used this to their advantage and gained access to the vessel.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/275


 Attack Number: 293-11
 Date: Sun Jul 24 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 59
 Location detail: 20nm south of Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 24.07.2011: 0240 LT: Posn: 05:59.36N - 002:24.11E, Around 20nm south of Cotonou, Benin.
Armed pirates boarded a product tanker engaged in STS operations via the other tanker. They took hostage 23 crewmembers and hijacked the tanker to an unknown location. The owners are unable to contact the tanker. Further details awaited.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/304


 Attack Number: 2011/186
 Date: Sun May 08 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 0
 Location detail: Around 20nm south of Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 08.05.2011: 0230 LT: Posn: 06:00N – 002:22E, around 20nm south of Cotonou, Benin.
Six pirates armed with guns boarded a tanker underway. Pirates opened fire towards bridge and accommodation. Pirates stole ships cash and crew personal belongings. Two crew members were manhandled and the suffered minor injuries. Pirates left in a waiting boat after 90 minutes.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/196


 Attack Number: 2011/177
 Date: Fri Apr 29 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 6
 Location detail: Around 17nm SE of Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations:29.04.2011: 2255 UTC: Posn: 06:06N – 002:37E, around 17 nm southeast of Cotonou, Benin.
Seven armed robbers in a boat approached a tanker at anchored awaiting STS operations. Duty officer immediately informed master and raised the alarm. Deck security watch keepers proceed with caution and saw two robbers trying to board the tanker via the fenders. Seeing the alert crew the robbers aborted their attempt and moved away. The robbers were observed moving toward Lagos, Nigeria. Authorities informed.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/187


 Attack Number: 285-11
 Date: Sat Jul 16 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 08
 Location detail: OPL Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 16.07.2011: 0235 LT: Posn: 06:08.8N - 002:30.8E, OPL Cotonou, Benin.
Armed robbers in a boat boarded and remained on board an anchored product tanker for 63 hours. During this time they manhandled some crew resulting in minor injuries as well as stole part of the ship's cargo. Prior to departing the vessel they stole crew and ship's property and damaged the navigation and radio equipment.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/296


 Attack Number: 2011/259
 Date: Fri Jun 24 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 9
 Location detail: Off Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 24.06.2011: 0124 UTC: Posn: 06:09.5N – 002:32.0E, off Cotonou, Benin.
Twelve armed pirates boarded a chemical tanker drifting in preparation for STS operations. They took hostage all crewmembers and hijacked the tanker. The tanker was released after around 17hours. Further details awaited.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/269


 Attack Number: 2011/263
 Date: Fri Jun 24 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 8
 Location detail: around 12nm off Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 24.06.2011: 0030 LT: Posn: 06:08.59N – 002:28.26E: around 12nm off Cotonou, Benin.
Four robbers in a speed boat boarded the vessel. All crew went into citadel, but robbers managed to capture the 2nd engineer before he could enter the citadel. Seeing this, the Master presented himself to the robbers as well. The robbers took the Master and 2nd engineer and stole ships and crew cash and personal belongings. During this time the Master and 2nd engineer were also hit by the robbers. Port control was contacted but received no response. At the time of the incident the vessel was undergoing STS operations and had to remove the razor wire to enable smooth operations. The robbers took advantage of this and gained access to the vessel.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/273


 Attack Number: 299-11
 Date: Sun Jul 31 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 10
 Location detail: Cotonou Anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 31.07.2011: 0250 LT: Cotonou Anchorage, Benin.
About 10 robbers armed with guns boarded an anchored chemical tanker engaged in STS operations. The robbers fired towards the bridge and the crew retreated into the engine room until the robbers left the vessel. Master informed the port authorities who sent two patrol boats for investigation
N6°10’0" E2°30’0"
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/310


 Attack Number: 2011/261
 Date: Fri Jun 24 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 15
 Location detail: Around 8nm off Cotonou fairwaybuoy
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 24.06.2011: 0250 LT: Posn: 06:15.9N – 002:33.4E, 8.0 nm away from the fairway buoy, Cotonou anchorage, Benin.
About 10 robbers armed with guns and knives in a speed boat were seen approaching an anchored tanker with STS fenders alongside. D/O raised alarm, activated the SSAS and called port control but received no response. Four robbers boarded the tanker via the STS fenders, entered the bridge and took the Master to his cabin and stole ship cash and personal belongings. Later the D/O was taken to his cabin as well as all the other crew cabins and stole crew personal belongings. At this time the crew were threatened. Some crew were also beaten. All the robbers left the tanker at 0330lt. Port control was called again but there was still no answer.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/271


 Attack Number: 2011/245
 Date: Wed Jun 08 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 17
 Location detail: Off Cotonou
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 08.06.2011: 1720 UTC: Posn: 06:17N – 002:31E: Cotonou anchorage, Benin.
Heavily armed robbers attacked and hijacked an anchored chemical tanker and forced the crew to sail to an unknown location. The vessel was made to discharge part of her cargo into another lightering vessel. Before leaving the tanker ship property was stolen. On being released the crew sailed the vessel towards Cotonou port.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/255


 Attack Number: 2011/190
 Date: Sun May 08 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 15
 Location detail: Cotonou anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 08.05.2011: 0300 LT: Posn: 06:15.9N – 002:26.7E: Cotonou anchorage Benin.
Armed robbers boarded a chemical tanker at anchor. They threatened and assaulted some crew members. Robbers stole ship’s properties, crew personal properties and escaped. One crew remains missing.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/200


 Attack Number: 294-11
 Date: Wed Jul 06 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' : 15
 Location detail: Around 4nm south of Cotonou fairway Buoy
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 06.07.2011: 2330 LT: Posn: 06:15.6N – 002:23.0E, Around 4nm south of Cotonou, Benin.
Ten robbers armed with guns approached an anchored tanker in a launch. They attempted to board the tanker using a hook attached with a rope. Alert crew raised the alarm. Master sent MAYDAY message via VHF and informed Cotonou signal station and the navy. The robbers aborted the attempted attack upon seeing the crew alertness. Then at 0330 LT on 7th July, the same robbers approached the vessel looking for a way to board. Once again crew alertness and firing of parachue flares resulted in the robbers moving
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/305


NIGERIA


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 Attack Number: 359-11
 Date: Sat Oct 08 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 55
 Location detail: Around 90nm south of Lagos, Nigeria
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 08.10.2011: 2040 UTC: Posn: 04:55N-003:16E, Around 90nm south of Lagos, Nigeria.
Pirates boarded and hijacked a product tanker drifting whilst awaiting orders and sailed to an unknown location. Further details awaited.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/373


 Attack Number: 2011/161
 Date: Wed Apr 20 2011
 Type of Vessel : Bulk Carrier
 LAT ' : 0
 Location detail: Around 85nm south of Lagos
 Type of Attack : Fired Upon
 Narrations: 20.04.2011: 1910 UTC: Posn: 05:00.6N - 003:44.3E, around 85 nm south of Lagos port, Nigeria.
Duty crew onboard a drifting bulk carrier noticed a skiff approaching the ship. Master raised alarm, SSAS activated and sent distress message and increased speed. The pirates fired upon and chased the vessel. The pirates finally aborted the attempted boarding. No injuries to crew. The ship sustained some bullet marks.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/171


 Attack Number: 2011/061
 Date: Thu Feb 10 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 31
 Location detail: Around 50nm off Lagos
 Type of Attack : Fired Upon
 Narrations:10.02.2011: 0045 LT: Posn: 05:31.9N – 003:38Ee, around 50nm off Lagos, Nigeria.
Seven to eight armed robbers in a fishing boat approached a drifting chemical tanker from astern. The duty officer noticed the suspicious movement of the boat and informed master. Master raised alarm, activated SSAS alert, increase speed and took evasive manoeuvres. Robbers open fire while attempted to board the tanker using heaving line attached to a hook. The pirates chased the tanker for around one hour before aborting the attack. Local authorities informed. No action taken.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/63


 Attack Number: 2011/031
 Date: Sun Jan 09 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 16
 Location detail: 7nm SE of Lagos fairway buoy
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 09.01.2011: 2010 LT: Posn: 06:16N – 003:23E, 7nm SE of Lagos fairway buoy, Nigeria.
About 12 – 25 armed robbers boarded a tanker during STS cargo operations. The robbers were violent and beat the crew and threatened them with guns. The crew were ordered to go to the bridge where they were searched and all personal prosperities stolen. Four crews were badly injured. Naval patrol vessel arrived and boarded for investigation. Robbers escaped before the naval patrol arrived.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/32


 Attack Number: 2011/020
 Date: Mon Jan 10 2011
 Type of Vessel : Bulk Carrier
 LAT ' : 3
 Location detail: Off Lagos Port
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 10.01.2011: 2300 LT: Posn: 06:18N - 003:21E, Off Lagos port, Nigeria.
Twelve robbers armed with guns boarded a bulk carrier at anchor. Robbers beat and injured many crew and stole personal belongings and ship’s properties before leaving the vessel.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/21


Attack Number: 2011/100
 Date: Thu Mar 03 2011
 Type of Vessel : Chemical Tanker
 LAT ' : 18
 Location detail: Around Lagos fairway buoy
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 03.03.2011: 1730 UTC: Posn 06:18.7N – 003:25.0E, 3nm south of Lagos fairway buoy, Nigeria.
Three persons in a green coloured fast craft approached a chemical tanker at anchor. One person was in uniform. They fired their weapons in the air and demanded the gangway be lowered. The Master refused to lower the gangway, heaved up anchor and moved away from the anchorage. Crew safe.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/104


 Attack Number: 2011/045
 Date: Thu Jan 27 2011
 Type of Vessel :
 LAT ' : 11
 Location detail: Off Bonny fairway buoy
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 27.01.2011: 0820 LT: Posn: 04:11.6N – 006:58.3E, 3 nm SW Bonny fairway buoy, Nigeria.
Six pirates armed with guns boarded an off shore tug underway. They stole the vessel’s cash, properties, captain’s cash and personal belongings and escaped. No injuries to crew.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ails/57/47


 Attack Number: 383-11
 Date: Sun Oct 30 2011
 Type of Vessel : Product Tanker
 LAT ' : 26
 Location detail: OPL Bonny
 Type of Attack : Hijacked
 Narrations: 30.10.2011: Posn: 03:26.5N – 006:42.3E, OPL Bonny, Nigeria.
Armed pirates boarded a drifting product tanker awaiting discharging instructions. They took hostage 25 crewmembers and hijacked the tanker to a position off Lagos/Benin. here the pirates transfered the vessels cargo into a barge. On 04 Nov 2011, the pirates sailed the tanker back to Bonny, stole crew personal effects and disembarked around 35nm SW of Bonny Fairway. No injuries to crewmembers.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/397


CONGO


 Attack Number: 298-11
 Date: Mon Aug 01 2011
 Type of Vessel : General Cargo
 LAT ' : 46
 Location detail: Pointe Noire Roads
 Type of Attack :Boarded
 Narrations: 01.08.2011: 0115 LT: Pointe Noire Roads, The Congo.
Five robbers in a high speed boat boarded a general cargo ship at anchor. They stole ships stores and escaped upon seeing the alert duty crew.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/309


 Attack Number: 2011/224
 Date:
 Type of Vessel : Refrigerated Cargo
 LAT ' : 52
 Location detail:
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 28.05.2011: 0345 LT: Posn: 05:52.55S – 013:01.78E: Democratic Republic of Congo.
While at anchor, OOW spotted two robbers on forecastle and alerted duty AB and sounded the ship’s whistle resulting in the robbers escaping. Attempts to contact the local authorities were futile. Upon investigation it was discovered, the robbers had boarded the vessel by using rope and hook. Nothing stolen.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/234


 Attack Number: 2011/258
 Date: Thu Jun 23 2011
 Type of Vessel : Refrigerated Cargo
 LAT ' : 52
 Location detail: Matadi anchorage
 Type of Attack : Boarded
 Narrations: 23.06.2011: 0531 LT: Posn: 05:52S – 013:24.72E, Matadi anchorage, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Robbers boarded and stole ship stores from an anchored refrigerated cargo vessel on three occasions between 0500lt and 0740lt. Duty crew spotted the robbers and raised the alarm on each occasion resulting in the robbers jumping overboard and escaping in a waiting boat. No response received from port authority when called on VHF
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/268


ANGOLA


 Attack Number: 282-11
 Date: Tue Jul 19 2011
 Type of Vessel : Crude Tanker
 LAT ' :25
 Location detail: Around 60 NM West of Luanda
 Type of Attack : Attempted
 Narrations: 19.07.2011: 2035 LT: Posn: 08:25S - 012:21E, Around 60 NM West of Luanda, Angola.
A speed boat with unknown number of persons approached a tanker underway. D/O informed the Master who took evasive manoeuvres, increased speed, raised the alarm, mustered the crew and activated the fire pumps. The speed boat chased the tanker for more than one hour before moving away. Master reported the incident to Luanda port authorities.
http://www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting ... ils/57/293

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Uffff que puro mas largo......



Estaba pensando en la operacion de la Policia Nacional española sobre las academias que ofrecieron titulos falsos y los cien detenidos ( uno de ellos navegaba en aguas de Somalia) y a resultas de la gente que cree estar por encima de la Ley, me pregunto ¿que pasaria si la policia en vez de ir contra los trabajadores (delincuentes desde luego) fuera contra las empresas? ¿y que pasaria si los que defraudan a Hacienda fueran una empresa grande?
Lo que aun no se es que relacion tienen mis reflexiones con la seguridad maritima :-P

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http://www.elconfidencialdigital.com/de ... n-la-costa


El CNI desaconsejó el traslado a España de los piratas somalíes que atacaron al ‘Patiño’ por las consecuencias para los españoles secuestrados. La única solución era liberarlos en la costa

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Los seis piratas detenidos tras atacar e intentar abordar el buque de la Armada Patiño serán finalmente juzgados por la Audiencia Nacional. La justicia española los ha reclamado a pesar de los informes de los servicios de inteligencia, que desaconsejaban su traslado a España.



Mohamed Abdullah Hassan, Mohamed Aden Mohamed, Issa Abdullaj Issa, Abdillahi Mohamed Gouled, Hamoud Elfaf Mahou y Mohamed Said Ahmed, los seis piratas detenidos, viajarán próximamente a España para enfrentarse a los cargos de piratería en grado de tentativa, depósito de armas, daños y atentado contra agentes de la autoridad en el ejercicio de sus funciones.

Tras analizar toda la documentación y valorar todas las opciones, el magistrado de la Audiencia Nacional Eloy Velasco ha ordenado el traslado de los tres piratas a España. Sin embargo, tal y como acaba de saber El Confidencial Digital, desde los organismos de seguridad del Estado se recomendó no hacerlo.

En concreto, ateniéndose a la información suministrada a ECD por fuentes de los servicios de inteligencia, se desaconsejó esta opción debido a las complicaciones futuras que podría suponer para España. Y sobre todo, por el hecho de que dos mujeres españolas permanecen secuestradas en Somalia por un grupo terrorista, Al Shabaab, con probados vínculos con los piratas.

España no debió meterse en este ‘fregado’. Es una batalla inútil” valoran para ECD las fuentes consultadas. Y añaden que este mismo argumento circuló por la sede de la Audiencia mientras se ponderaba qué hacer con losseis detenidos.

El problema, especifican, surgió cuando se iniciaron los trámites para entregar a los detenidos a algún gobierno de la zona. Kenia, país con el que la UE mantenía un convenio, ya no acepta más piratas. Y Seychelles, que hasta ahora aceptaba “acuerdos puntuales”, ha rechazado hacerse cargo del asunto.

“Ante este panorama, las únicas opciones que le quedaban al Gobierno eran traerlos a España, con el riesgo que conlleva, o llevarlos hasta la costa y dejarlos en libertad” informan las fuentes consultadas.


Mas carnaza para la audiencia Nacional ( juicio inútil y ademas costoso). Parece que el CNI vuelve a perder la oportunidad de negociar con secuestros, quizás porque no tienen las capacidades....
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Los piratas somalíes han liberado a los 18 tripulantes de un carguero químico con bandera maltesa después del pago de un rescate de poco más de tres millones de euros, según informaron fuentes de la seguridad marítima. Según el antiguo responsable de seguridad marítima regional y actual director del diario digital 'Somalia Report', Andrew Mwangura, la tripulación, quince georgianos y tres turcos, navega hacia el puerto de Mombasa, en Kenia, en un remolcador, mientras que el carguero, el 'MV Olib G', ha sido abandonado en las costas somalíes. El barco, propiedad griega, había sido secuestrado en el Golfo de Adén, según Mwangura.
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Seychelles prohíbe el embarque de armas pesadas
Volando voy ..... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

PD: para que quieren esa chatarra??

http://www.farodevigo.es/economia/2012/ ... 15430.html

Seychelles rechaza ahora el embarque de armas pesadas en la flota atunera
El gobierno del país africano había acordado con Carme Chacón la propuesta para dotar de mayor seguridad a los pesqueros

Instalación de armamento en el atunero "Alakrana", tras su secuestro en 2009. // Efe 
PILAR PIÑEIRO - VIGO Solo unos meses después de haberle dado luz verde a la propuesta española, el gobierno de la República de Seychelles rechaza ahora el embarque de armamento pesado a bordo de la flota atunera española que faena en el Indico como protección contra la piratería. Así lo señalaron a este diario fuentes del sector y confirmó Julio Morón, responsable de Opagac, una de las asociaciones de armadores que agrupan a esta flota, que había demandado el embarque de tal armamento para aumentar la seguridad de su actividad en la zona. Mientras, desde la otra gran asociación de armadores del sector atunero, Anabac, su responsable, Juan Pablo Rodríguez, señaló sobre el cambio de postura de Seychelles sobre la petición española de embarcar armamento de calibre 7,62 milímetros a 12,70 milímetros que "será que no estaba tan cerrado". Rodríguez apunta que para el sector es importante y urgente en este momento un encuentro con los nuevos responsables de Defensa para analizar la situación de la seguridad en el Índico y, el asunto del armamento, será uno de los previstos para abordar.
El embarque de armamento de mayor calibre que el que en la actualidad emplean los agentes de seguridad privada que acompañana a todos los barcos de bandera española había sido planteado y preacordado durante la visita que el pasado mes de julio realizó al archipiélago africano la exministra de Defensa, Carme Chacón. Posteriormente, en septiembre, delegaciones de España y Seychelles se reunieron para abordar esta cuestión y en el encuentro el gobierno africano, según el español, había dado su visto bueno a este embarque de este armamento.
Durante su visita a Seychelles, Chacón –que viajó acompañada por armadores de los atuneros– expuso a las autoridades del país que el armamento de mayor calibre se consideraba"más conveniente para la misión de los vigilantes de seguridad" embarcados en los pesqueros al entender que el "modus operandi" de los piratas ha cambiado y que, por ello, se deben actualizar los mecanismos para hacerles frente.
Tras la aceptación de la p`ropuesta española en septiembre –como comunicó entonces Defensa– ambos países se comprometieron a intercambiar en los meses siguientes propuestas para un protocolo en el que establecer las condiciones y requisitos para que hacer efectivo el embarque de armas pesadas y que ahora parece haberse frustrado.
Defensa incluso había puesto a disposición de Seychelles su experiencia en la lucha contra la piratería y su apoyo en adiestramiento en seguridad y formación del servicio de búsqueda y salvamento marítimo. Asimismo, ofreció al país africano un servicio de asistencia médica a distancia, con la instalación de una unidad permanente de telemedicina en la red sanitaria de Seychelles, en contacto con el Hospital Gómez Ulla,que permitiría, según señaló entonces el Gobierno español,extender la asistencia sanitaria especializada a los pescadores españoles que trabajan en el Índico.
Tras el reciente rechazo al acuerdo por parte del gobierno de Seychelles –"han dicho que tururú", resumía Morón–, no cofirmado por el actual equipo de Defensa, la flota asegura desconocer las causas de la negativa a un embarque en el que seguirán insistiendo ante el nuevo gobierno porque se considera que mejorará las condiciones de seguridad en los atuneros ante el constante acoso de los grupos de piratas somalíes.
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...Esto me huele a...."o me pagas más que el anterior gobierno" o tus vs "se las van a desear" solo con su g36...y si caen,mala suerte.

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Esta vez la Marina Española les dio lo suyo.

A las 3.30 de ayer, un esquife pirata se aproximó por la popa al Buque de Aprovisionamiento para el Combate (BAC) Patiño, a unas 50 millas de la capital somalí, Mogadiscio. Se trata del barco de mando de la Fuerza Naval Europea (EUNAVFOR) que lucha contra la piratería en el Índico. A bordo va su actual comandante, el capitán de navío español Jorge Manso Revilla. Pero en la oscuridad los piratas lo confunden con un carguero. No es la primera vez que ocurre. En octubre de 2009, los piratas se encontraron con la sorpresa de que su presa aparentemente indefensa era en realidad el buque de reabastecimiento de la Armada francesa La Somme, y lo mismo les sucedió con una fragata alemana.

Cuando el esquife se acerca al Patiño, los infantes de Marina hacen disparos de advertencia para obligarles a alejarse, según fuentes militares. Los piratas responden abriendo fuego con sus fusiles AK-47. Más de diez proyectiles impactan en el casco y la chimenea del buque de guerra español. Algunas balas pasan muy cerca de los militares españoles pero ninguno resulta herido. Desde el Patiño se responde a los atacantes con ráfagas de ametralladora ligera MG de 7,62 milímetros. El buque de guerra empieza a girar y muestra sus 166 metros de eslora y 17.000 toneladas. Demasiado tarde, los piratas se dan cuenta de su error y emprenden la fuga.

El helicóptero embarcado en el Patiño sale en su persecución y observa cómo los ocupantes del esquife lanzan al mar bultos, armas y una escala, que utilizan para abordar a los buques que quieren secuestrar. Tras ordenarles por megafonía que se detengan y disparar junto a la embarcación, esta se detiene por fin. A bordo van seis hombres. Hay mar gruesa y la maniobra es peligrosa, pero algunos parecen heridos y el comandante del Patiño ordena subirlos a bordo. Tres de los piratas son atendidos por los médicos del hospital Role 2 con el que va dotado el buque. Dos de ellos presentan heridas en las piernas y otro una brecha en la cabeza. El más grave es intervenido quirúrgicamente de un balazo en el tobillo.


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Manda narices que encima tengamos que curarles.....en fin,enhorabuena por la intervención...me hubiera gustado ver la cara de los "morenos" al darse cuenta del error. :shock: :?

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