Monthly Archives: October 2008
The November 2008 issue of Soundings has an article that compares various trailer locks, motor locks, etc. Very good for the protection of your trailerable vessel, and also applicable to your dinghy stored on deck, while at anchor. Check back often for more yacht and small craft security news and tips.
All readers,Lately I have been reporting a bit on the larger maritime and shipping security world.I have found a nice site that does it well – http://www.maritimeterrorism.com. I will shift my focus back to the areas that we here at Maritime Vital Asset Protection and the folks at Phantom Services do best – helping civilian … Continue reading
International community against piracyhttp://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27020496/ AfterAirportStopKevinMitnickSharesTravelTips.html – because security isn’t just about guns and pirates – it can also be about protecting personal information (opsec)http://www.securitypronews.com/news/securitynews/spn-45-20081001 For a lighter side of things, for those a bit down these days…http://www.strayreality.com/songmer1.htm
More news from the Horn of Africa region, this time from YachtPals. http://www.yachtpals.com/piracy-yachts-3072 East Africa – Strange happenings in both Somalia and Kenya this past week, and while they don’t all have something directly to do with yachts, they do affect all vessels near the horn of Africa. The battle for safe transit of the … Continue reading
http://www.noonsite.com/Members/sue/R2008-10-02-3/view There continues to be Piracy activity in the Gulf of Aden and once again on the East Coast of Somalia. In the Gulf of Aden there appears to be targeting of vessels being carried out around position 13 30N 050 04E. All vessels should be extra vigilant when transiting within a 10nm radius of … Continue reading