Live piracy map and armed robbery reports on the seven seas
A live piracy map on the seven seas is provided by the International Crime Services, a division of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Indonesia’s 17,500 islands and their surrounding waters now take the title as the world’s most heavily pirated, according to ICC. There were 43 incidents last year. The Strait of Malacca is the center for much of the pirate activity in Indonesia.
Somalian piracy remains a problem but less than five years ago. (31 incidents last year)
Nigeria is next with 22 pirate attacks.
Gulf of Aden with ten.
India, Bangladesh, and the Red Sea with seven each.
Ivory Coast with six.
Peru and Singapore Straits with four each.
Details provided are locations and details of the crime. Most of this year's piracy is in the South China Sea.
Attack ID: 060-18
Date: 2018-03-24 00:00:00
Vessel: Bulk Carrier
Attack Number: 060-18
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Piracy & Armed Robbery Prone Areas and Warnings
Mariners are warned to be extra cautious and to take necessary precautionary measures when transiting the following areas:
South East Asia and Indian Sub-Continent
Africa and Red Sea
South and Central America and the Caribbean Waters
Reporting of Somali piracy incidents ONLY - please contact below immediately
UKMTO: Tel: +971 50 552 3215, Fax: +971 4 306 5710, Email: UKMTO@eim.ae
MSCHOA: Tel: +44 (0) 1923 958545, Fax: +44 (0) 1923 958520, Email: email@example.com
NATO: Tel: +44 (0) 1923 956574, Fax: +44 (0) 1923 956575. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporting of incidents occurring elsewhere
The U.S. Navy has developed a new fleet of small, fast, agile warships designed to combat piracy.