Piracy at Sea

Arabian Sea

You’ve heard the saying, “Great minds……..”?  Well, the Captain beat me to publishing info regarding piracy and cruise lines.  And since he is much more knowledgeable than I, please click on to “Captain, Who’s Driving” at captainjonathan.com to view his blog.  Jonathan Mercer is the captain of the MS Amsterdam.  He has steered her through many World Voyages.  If you are viewing this blog as a web page, you’ll find a link at the top of the page.  If you receive this blog via an email, then you’ll probably have to log on to captainjonathan.com where you can sign up for email notifications from his blog also.  You’ll find it interesting.

razor wire being strung for our sail thru a
razor wire being strung for our sail thru a “high risk area”
razor wire and a water cannon
razor wire and a water cannon
Razor Wire Deck 3 Promenade
Razor Wire Deck 3 Promenade
Preparing a Water Cannon
Preparing a Water Cannon
LRAD -- Long Range Acoustic Device, Port
LRAD — Long Range Acoustic Device, Port
LRAD, Working End
LRAD, Working End

Ships transiting between the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea convoy through the International Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC).  Military war ships are never far away!

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