Armed Maritime Security
armed maritime security
As the global leader in armed maritime security, PVI has pioneered new ways of ensuring safe passage for vessels through areas with significant piracy and terrorism risk. As an armed maritime security company, what sets us apart is our unique blend of military, maritime and commercial experience.
We go beyond security to offer a professional, utterly reliable service that allows our clients to operate safely and profitably in some of the world's most hostile marine environments.
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Latest News & Insights
Maritime Security High Risk Area (HRA) On 18 August, two blue skiffs approached a merchant vessel approximately 3 nm west-southwest of Perim Island in the Southern Red Sea. Ladders were sighted on board both skiffs. One skiff moved closer to the merchant vessel and eight people and three weapons were sighted on board. The second skiff
High Risk Area (HRA) On 11 August, the counter-piracy Combined Task Force (CTF) 151 conducted a joint operation in the Somali Basin aimed at strengthening international cooperation in preventing piracy and illegal trade in the region. The exercise involved both military and non-military authorities from Pakistan, South Korea, Spain,
Maritime Security High Risk Area (HRA) Yemen's exiled government has diverted all vessels, both commercial and aid, from Houthi-controlled ports in the north of Yemen to the southern city of Aden, which was recaptured by pro-government forces in July, according to local media. The reports remain unverified, with PVI's agents
Maritime Security High Risk Area (HRA) Two robberies against tankers in Kandla port, India were reported this week. On 23 July, two robbers boarded an anchored product tanker from a small boat in Kandla anchorage. The robbers were sighted by the crew and the master raised the alarm. On seeing the alert crew the robbers fled the vessel
Maritime Security High Risk Area (HRA) On 20 July, two robbers attempted to board a berthed product tanker in the Mbaraki Terminal of Mombasa Port, Kenya. Crew members noticed the robbers attempting to gain access to the vessel and raised the alarm. Seeing the alert crew, the robbers aborted their attempt and moved away. This is the