MSC: Crew safe after pirate attack in Gulf of Guinea

One of MSC's container ships came under attack by pirates on Monday in the Gulf of Guinea. The incident was resolved with assistance from several parties, and all crew members are safe, the carrier reports.

The vessel in the picture does not show the MSC Lucia, which came under attack by pirates in the Gulf of Guinea on Monday. | Photo: Axel Heimken/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

The crew of MSC Lucia is safe following a pirate attack on Monday in the Gulf of Guinea off the coast of West Africa, informs the carrier in a press release Tuesday.

On Monday, Dryad Global cited reports indicating that the MSC Lucia had been boarded by an unknown number of attackers 86 nautical miles south-west of Agbami Terminal.

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