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Regional Maritime Report: Papua New Guinea

Posted: 21st Nov 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht visiting Papua New Guinea? This report from Allmode Security Services aims to create better situational awareness (SA) and highlight some of the risks to personal safety and heath when visiting the area to help you p... Read More

Global Maritime Security: October 2014

Posted: 21st Nov 2014

Written by: Allmode

The number of reported piracy incidents has shown an increase again this month, with more reports of suspicious approaches in the Bab el Mandeb choke point and in the vicinity of the IRTC. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: The Phillipines

Posted: 21st Nov 2014

Written by: Allmode

Over the summer months Allmode Security Services will be issuing a number of ‘Security Reports’ that will cover the regions of Southeast Asia. The aim is to give vessels and their crews up to date information to increase their kno... Read More

Security at Sea: Proactive vs Reactive

Posted: 22nd Oct 2014

Written by: Shawn Engbrecht

Security is awash with references to “Proactive” operations and bemoans the hazards of “Reactive” style security. Let me clarify the difference. Read More

Global Maritime Security: September 2014

Posted: 30th Sep 2014

Written by: Allmode

Intelligence is more than information and news gathering. It is the process by which information is collated, verified, analysed and used to respond effectively to time critical information. Current, historical and creditable inte... Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Tanzania

Posted: 18th Sep 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht visiting Tanzania this year? Allmode has compiled a report for visiting yachts and crew about local marinas, political instability and terrorism, crime and health risks, to help you plan your trip. Read More

Security at Sea: Commercial vs Private

Posted: 15th Sep 2014

Written by: Cass Global

Maritime security can be roughly divided into two segments: commercial and private. They are alike as chalk is to cheese and it is important to understand the few similarities and marked differences in their approach to security a... Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Vietnam

Posted: 12th Sep 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht visiting Vietnam this year? Allmode Security Services has compiled a report about the local marinas, with information on political instability and terrorism, crime and health risks, to help you plan your trip. Read More

Global Maritime Security: August 2014

Posted: 10th Sep 2014

Written by: Allmode Security Services

Allmode Security Services provides our readers with a monthly report on global security issues affecting the yachting community, including an update on piracy, the threat of terrorism and the risks of Ebola. Read More

How Safe is Antibes for Yacht Crew?

Posted: 9th Sep 2014

Written by: Kitty Cavendish

As stories of muggings and violence circulate, it begins to feel as if crime, particularly targeted towards yacht crew, must be on the rise in and around Antibes. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Posted: 6th Sep 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht visiting the Andaman Islands? This report from Allmode Security Services aims to create better situational awareness (SA) and highlight some of the risks to personal safety and heath when visiting the area to help yo... Read More

How Safe is Antibes for Yacht Crew?

Posted: 5th Sep 2014

Written by: Kitty Cavendish and Jo Morgan

As stories of muggings and violence circulate, it begins to feel as if crime, particularly targeted towards yacht crew, must be on the rise in and around Antibes. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Thailand

Posted: 25th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht visiting Thailand this year? Allmode Security Services has compiled a full report on security, personal safety and local health risks to help you plan your trip. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Indonesia

Posted: 22nd Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Are you planning to visit Indonesia? Read Allmode's intelligence report on crime, terrorism, piracy and health risks in the Indonesian archipelago, with a special focus on the potential dangers for visiting yachts. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Greece

Posted: 22nd Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Traditionally, Greece was considered one of the safest destinations in Europe, with a low crime rate and a reputation for honesty. However, as the economic situation in the country has deteriorated over the last five years, so too... Read More

Crew Safety Ashore: Sobering Thoughts

Posted: 20th Aug 2014

Written by: Cass Global

For a long time the Caribbean has been regarded as the most dangerous destination for crew off duty, but the number of attacks in the Mediterranean is at an all time high. Read More

Reckless Jetski /Tender Handling Crackdown

Posted: 18th Aug 2014

Written by: Camper & Nicholsons

Following a recent fatal jetski accident in Porquerolles near St Tropez, French authorities are cracking down on tender and jetski operation in the South of France. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Mediterranean

Posted: 12th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

In preparation for the seasonal migration of yachts from winter cruising grounds of the stunning shores of the Mediterranean, Allmode Security Services provides a comprehensive guide on security and the risks to personal safety t... Read More

Loose Lips Sink Ships: Yacht Security

Posted: 11th Aug 2014

Written by: Cass Global

The stereotype of ‘maritime security’ in the form of physically intimidating, well-armed former soldiers represents a considerable portion of the industry today. The reason? Misinformed clients still pay for it, ergo security com... Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Lagos & Nigeria

Posted: 11th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

The Port of Lagos is one of the busiest on the African continent and is split into three
smaller ports to handle varied cargo. Nigeria’s oil exports are also channeled through Lagos Port. If your yacht is planning to visit the a... Read More

Advisory Notice: Ebola Virus

Posted: 5th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

A Public Health Warning has been issued to GP’s, A&E, Critical Care Units and all NHS trusts across the UK regarding the signs and symptoms of the deadly Ebola Virus. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: The Carribean

Posted: 4th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Is your yacht going to the Carribean? Allmode Security Services have compiled a comprehensive report on the security and health risks in the area to help you plan your trip. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Rio de Janeiro

Posted: 4th Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Rio de Janeiro is the capital city of the state of Rio de Janeiro and is second largest city in the South American country of Brazil. "Rio" as the city is commonly abbreviated is also the third largest metropolitan area in Brazil. Read More

Regional Maritime Security: Venezuela

Posted: 1st Aug 2014

Written by: Allmode

Venezuela is in theory a beautiful country with much to offer the tourist. As a destination for yacht charter, Venezuela offers a diverse and enlightening experience both at sea and ashore. Read More

How to Select Security Services for Yachts

Posted: 25th Jul 2014

Written by: Allmode International Security Services

The selection of security services providers is often a headache that the captain could very happily do without, notwithstanding the critical safety service they are there to deliver. Read More

SAMI Brings Maritime Cyber Security Into Focus

Posted: 11th Jul 2014

Written by: SAMI

With the shipping industry wrestling with a range of maritime security issues, from piracy to stowaways, terrorists to smugglers, the last thing owners may wish to hear is about a new and growing threat. Read More

Piracy Spike in South East Asia: SAMI Urges Caution

Posted: 10th Jul 2014

Written by: SAMI

With the worrying rise in piracy attacks across the South East Asian region, the Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI) urges caution for vessels operating in the area. Read More

Ship Attacked in Strait of Hormuz

Posted: 1st Apr 2014

Written by: Times of Oman

Muscat: Three suspected piracy incidents, including one involving an exchange of gunfire, have been recorded in the Strait of Hormuz between Oman and Iran in the last 24 hours, maritime sources claimed. Read More

Kill Cords: Lessons from the Milly RIB Report

Posted: 28th Mar 2014

Written by: Simon Harvey

The investigation of the Milly RIB tragedy is an example of where a simple explanation of events fails to deliver a complete understanding of why the accident happened. Read More

Tender Safety: The Milly Report

Posted: 4th Feb 2014

Written by: MAIB - Marine Accident Investigation Branch

This reports the MAIB's investigation into a fatal accident on 5 May 2013 when the Milligan family were ejected from their RIB Milly, resulting in two deaths and multiple njuries. Read More

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