• Global Maritime Security: May 2015

    Posted: 11th June 2015 | Written by: Allmode

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    Allmode's latest global security report with a detailed piracy update, health advisory, security alerts and the most recent maritime intelligence.
  • Migrant Boat Encounter: Procedures for Captains

    Posted: 25th May 2015 | Written by: PYA & Allmode Security

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    Following on from the recent articles by Captain Rod Hatch (PYA) on OnboardOnline regarding the increased risk of migrant crises affecting superyachts, Rod, Captain Adrian Croft (also PYA) and Allmode Security have produced a set of guidelines for yacht captains in the event of a migrant boat encounter.
  • Seas of Change

    Posted: 21st May 2015 | Written by: Peter Cook, CEO - SAMI

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    Terrorism at sea is not new and, whilst it is estimated that only 2% of terrorism attacks are classed as maritime terrorism, this figure doesn’t reflect the potential disproportionate impact that an attack at or from the sea could have.
  • Management Practices for Large Scale Operations At Sea

    Posted: 18th May 2015 | Written by: Allmode

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    The recent increase in migrant movement around the world and most specifically the Mediterranean Sea has raised a significant safety issue for the maritime sector.
  • Global Maritime Security: April 2015

    Posted: 11th May 2015 | Written by: Allmode

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    Allmode's latest, monthly global security report with a detailed piracy update, health advisory, security alerts and the most recent and up to date maritime intelligence.
  • Sequel - Migrants and ISIS: Proactive Measures

    Posted: 23rd April 2015 | Written by: Rod Hatch

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    Sequel to my OnboardOnline article of 21st April 2015 - On 22nd April SuperyachtNews.com included in its news bulletin a feature giving an update from MYBA regarding the Dryad analysis of 18 March 2015.
  • Migrants and ISIS: Whatever the Risk, are you Prepared?

    Posted: 21st April 2015 | Written by: Captain Rod Hatch

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    Regarding Shawn Engbrecht’s OnboardOnline post of 1st April last, entitled “The Future of Yacht Security”: There is a fine line to be drawn between promulgation of identifiable risks following a considered analysis of facts and observed trends, and squawking that the sky is falling.
  • STCW Security Awareness Requirements

    Posted: 18th April 2015 | Written by: David Goldie, Akula Yachts

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    Why am I still hearing about Superyacht crew attending the new STCW Security Awareness course - Proficiency in Security Awareness (PSA)? This course is NOT suitable for Superyacht crew and does not meet the formal STCW requirements. Read on for clarification from David Goldie of Akula Yachts and PYA council member John Wyborn.
  • Global Maritime Security: March 2015

    Posted: 15th April 2015 | Written by: Allmode

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    Allmode's latest global security report with a detailed piracy update, health advisory, security alerts and the most recent maritime intelligence.
  • First Approved Training Centre for Protection of Vessels

    Posted: 13th April 2015 | Written by: KSI

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    Kargus Sea Interconnection (KSI), Approved Training Centre for Maritime Security. Recognized Security Organization2 and subsidiary of the holding GROUPE PRORISK, is involved since its creation in 2005 in the field of maritime and port security.
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