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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Maritime Security East Africa and the Indian Ocean Yemen: Five skiffs approach merchant vessel in Gulf of Aden 16 May A merchant vessel reported that it was approached by five skiffs with three to five persons on board, which came within approximately 90 metres of the vessel. The approach prompted onboard armed security to fire
Maritime Security East Africa and the Indian Ocean Kenya: Robber steals ship’s stores at Mombasa Port02 May A robber stole from the stores of a product tanker berthed at Mombasa Port. Crew mustered and raised the alarm, causing the assailant to flee. The incident was reported to the Harbour Master and a police boat searched the
Maritime Security East Africa and the Indian Ocean Somalia: IMB warns vessels to remain vigilant despite drop in piracy02 May The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has warned foreign vessels to remain vigilant when sailing in the Horn of Africa, despite a lull in piracy incidents in the region. The IMB stated that there had been no
East Africa and the Indian Ocean India: Navy announces foiled pirate attack in High Risk Area 15 April The Indian Navy announced it had foiled an attempted piracy attack on a merchant vessel 800 nm off Mumbai in the western Arabian Sea, in the High Risk Area. The Navy said a long-range anti-submarine warfare aircraft had deterred a
East Africa and the Indian Ocean Yemen: Vessel reports suspicious sighting in Arabian Sea 15 April Crew on board a merchant vessel reported sighting a single skiff near their position around 412 nm east of Socotra Island in the Arabian Sea. The skiff closed to within one nm of the merchant vessel, prompting the crew to issue a