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Maritime Experts Urge Gulf Of Mexico Be Declared High Risk For Piracy

Man. Boat. Face covered. Hat

PORTANDTERMINAL.COM, AUGUST 4, 2020 MEXICO CITY – Campeche Sound in the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico should be declared a high-risk area by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) due to the rising number of attacks on oil and gas vessels and platforms, according to two maritime experts. Adriana Ávila-Zúñiga Nordfjeld and Dimitrios Dalaklis, academics at the World Maritime …

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Pirates attack 6 ships in one week in the Gulf of Mexico. VIDEO of one attack

Screen grab of two masked pirates pointing a gun at someone on a ship

PortandTerminal.com, April 16, 2020 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – In the past week, armed pirates have attacked at least six ships in the Gulf of Mexico. The Maersk Transporter In the most recent attack, the Maersk Transporter, an offshore supply ship, was boarded by armed pirates late on 12 April offshore Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico. The pirates boarded the ship, stole …

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