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Seafarers have encountered different security threats when operating ships in the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea.
The purpose of this publication is to help ships plan their voyage and to detect, avoid, deter, delay and report attacks. Experience has shown application of the recommendations in this publication makes a significant difference to the safety of seafarers.
Piracy-specific Best Management Practice (BMP), international navies and capacity building ashore have helped to suppress piracy. However, Somali piracy has not been eradicated and remains a threat.
The BMP contained in this publication mitigates the risk from piracy and other maritime security threats.
The fundamental requirements of BMP
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 The threat
Section 3 Threat and risk assessment
Section 4 Planning
Section 5 Ship Protection Measures
Section 6 Reporting
Section 7 Ships under attack
Annex A Contact details
Annex B Maritime security charts
Annex C Common understanding
Annex D UKMTO reporting forms
Annex E Maritime Security Centre - Horn of Africa reporting forms
Annex F Additional guidance for vessels engaged in fishing
Annex G Additional advice for leisure craft, including yachts
Annex H Definitions and abbreviations
Annex I Supporting organisations
Annex J Voyage reference card