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ReCAAP ISC July 2017 Report (15 21 Aug 17) .pdf



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ReCAAP ISC Weekly Report
15-21 August 2017
Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in Asia
Overview
During 15-21 Aug 17, two incidents (comprising one actual incident and one attempted
incident) of armed robbery against ship were reported to the ReCAAP ISC by ReCAAP
Focal Point (Singapore). The locations of the incidents are as shown in map below;
and detailed descriptions tabulated in attachment.

Location of Incident

Update of ROYAL 16
The ReCAAP Focal Point for Philippines reported to the ReCAAP ISC that on 20 Aug
17, one abducted crew of Royal 16 was rescued by the Philippine authorities while
they were conducting military operations in the vicinity of Mataja Island, Basilan
province.

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The Royal 16, was boarded by 10 armed men on 11 Nov 16 who abducted its six crew.
On 16 Jun 17, while the government troops were conducting military operations, they
successfully rescued and recovered one of the abducted crew in Sumipsip, Basilan,
Philippines. On 5 Jul 17, the Philippine military found the bodies of another two Royal
16’s abducted crew at Sitio Limbutulan, Brgy Tumahubong, Sumisip Basilan,
Philippines. To date, the remaining two crew of Royal 16 are still being held in
captivity. The above-mentioned updates were published in the ReCAAP ISC Weekly
Reports covering the period of 8-14 Nov 16, 13-19 Jun 17 and 4-10 Jul 17.

Recommendations
The ReCAAP ISC urges ship master and crew to report all incidents of piracy and
armed robbery against ships to the nearest coastal State and flag State, exercise
vigilance and adopt relevant preventive measures taking reference from the Regional
Guide to Counter Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in Asia.
The ReCAAP ISC reiterates its advisory issued via the ReCAAP ISC Incident Alert
dated 21 November 2016 to all ships to re-route from the area, where possible.
Otherwise, ship masters and crew are strongly urged to exercise extra vigilance while
transiting the Sulu-Celebes Sea and eastern Sabah region, and report immediately to
the following Centres:

Contact details of the centres

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Description of Incident of Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia
15-21 August 2017
NO

Ship Name
Type of Ship
Flag
Gross Tonnage
IMO Number

Date
Local
time of
Incident
(LT)

Position of the
Incident

1

2

3

4

21/8/17
0234 hrs

1° 7.6' N,
103°45.27' E

ACTUAL INCIDENT
1
Star Lily
Bulk carrier
Panama
21192
9370422

Eastbound lane of
the Straits of
Malacca and
Singapore, at
about 1.3nm WNW
off Helen Mar Reef

Details of the Incident

Consequences for
crew, ship, cargo

5

6

While sailing, the crew sighted four
perpetrators armed with machete,
boarded the vessel from a craft. The
alarm was raised, accommodation area
secured and anti-piracy measures
activated on board. The perpetrators
escaped in a waiting boat. Nothing was
stolen and the crew was safe.

The crew
injured.

Action taken by the
master and crew

7
was

not

No items were stolen.

The master raised the
alarm, secured the
accommodation area
and activated anti-piracy
measures.

Was the
incident
reported to
the coastal
authority?
Which one?
8

Reporting
State or
International
Organization

Coastal State
Action Taken

9

10

Yes

ReCAAP ISC
via ReCAAP
Focal Point
(Singapore)

The VTIS notified
the Singapore
Navy, the
Singapore Police
Coast Guard and
the Indonesian
authority. It also
initiated the
navigational
broadcast to warn
ships in the vicinity.

VTIS
Singapore

Reported the incident to
Singapore Vessel Traffic
Information System
(VTIS).

.
ATTEMPTED INCIDENT
Aquabelle
1
Chemical tanker
Malaysia
5256
9410193

13/8/17
1355 hrs

5°48.34' N,
118°4.57' E
Alongside the
KBOT
(Karamunting Bulk
Oil Terminal),
Sandakan, Sabah,
Malaysia

While at berth, the crew along with the
cargo surveyor and the loading master
were carrying out cargo gauging when
the duty AB noticed one perpetrator
attempting to board the ship through its
starboard side near no.1 cargo tank
using a small rope. The cargo control
room was alerted and alarm was raised.
The perpetrator escaped in a small boat
which had another person on board.

The crew
injured.

was

No items were stolen.

not

The master raised the
general alarm, carried out
search, rigged razor wire
on seaside and posted
extra lookout.
He also reported the
incident to the terminal
loading master and the
local authorities.

Yes
Local
authorities and
the terminal
loading master

ReCAAP ISC
via ReCAAP
Focal Point
(Singapore)

No
information
available.

ReCAAP ISC
Focal Point
Singapore

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