Stena ship dodges attack in the Singapore Strait

On Wednesday, six men entered the engine room aboard a Stena product tanker vessel headed through the Singapore Strait. The crew aboard sounded the alarm and the perpetrators subsequently disappeared.

Photo: Christopher Pike/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

A Stena Bulk ship has once again made it to the top of international headlines following an incident on December 25, where six perpetrators tried to raid the ship.

Product tanker Stena Immortal was headed through the Singapore Strait in the eastbound lane, when the ship's chief engineer sighted six men in the engine room. He alerted the captain, who activated the ship's alarm system.

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