Piracy against small tankers a growing threat

Attacks against smaller tanker vessels in Southeast Asia has become a growing threat, according to a biannual report published by the International Maritime Bureau - IMB.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

The International Maritime Bureau's Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) division has performed a survey of the number of pirate attacks in the first half of the year. It turns out that the highest number of attacks, especially on smaller tanker vessels, took place in Southeast Asia, with a total of 166 attacks. And the IMB is worried about this development.

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