ARMADA TUAH is a Offshore supply vessel built in by NAM CHEONG MARINE MIRI. Current status: Laid up. It’s gross tonnage is tons. [email protected] ARMADA TUAH 72M ANCHOR HANDLING/ OFFSHORE. SUPPORT VESSEL. (All information believed to. ARMADA TUAH (IMO: ) is a Offshore Tug/Supply Ship with gross tonnage and deadweight. READ MORE.
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Users are obliged abide by national and international laws. On board were one Russian citizen, three Ukrainians and two citizens of India when pirates attacked the tug 70 kilometres off the coast of Bayelsa.
The remaining nine Nigerian crew were able to take the atmada to Onne, arriving February 18, and safely berthed.
Six Sailors Kidnapped in Latest Ship Attack Off Nigeria – [UPDATE 2]
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Three captured Ukrainians have been freed by Feb Subscribe to our newsletter. Offshore supply vessel Armada Tuah 22 is reported to have been hijacked off the coast of the Nigerian port city of Brass on March 4 by a group of pirates said to have taken the Indonesian master and chief engineer captive. Oil Minister Diezani Alison-Madueke on Tuesday told an oil industry conference in Abuja that Nigeria was seeking international help to curb criminality in the region. You must be logged in to post a comment.
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Six sailors, including two Indians, kidnapped from an oil service ship off the coast of Nigeria have been released unharmed by armed pirates, police said on Feb. A local source indicated that Armada Tugas 1 changed ownership briefly before it was hijacked, but this has not been verified. Information, Security, Safety; Shared. Receive a weekly round-up armadaa all piracy-related news.
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