The "Princess Paula" was boarded by robbers in position 01 42 N, 101 26 E, at the Dumai Port Anchorage on May 11, 2019, at 10 a.m. The robbers escaped with the stolen engine spare parts. The third engineer noticed the robbery when he entered the engine room and discovered that the spare parts compartments had been broken into. The alarm was raised, and a search of the vessel was concluded.
The "Blue Marlin" was set for repairs after the hijacking incident off Equatorial Guinea. The vessel was to be docked in Las Palmas with an ETA as of May 24. The bridge was damaged by the hijackers, rendering it unsuitable for navigation until repairs have been completed.
The "Arionas" has been boarded by eight unarmed robbers at the Kandla outer anchorage on May 9, 2019, at 10.10 p.m. The ship had sailed from Nhava Sheva on May 7, 2019, and was bound to Haldia, ETA May 19. The tanker was anchored in position 22 46 08 N, 070 02 08 E, when it was approached at starboard side. The robbers stole two pieces of 10 inches x 12 inches cargo reducers from the starboard side manifold area. The Master raised the alarm, sounded the ship's whistle, mustered the crew and reported the incident to the ship's agent. The Marine Police, Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and Kandla port authority were also informed of the incident.
The "Levanto", while proceeding from Calabar to Lagos, Nigeria, in position 02 54 50N, 005 24 40E, about 35 miles south-southwest of the Agbami terminal was attacked by pirates a skiff, on May 3, 2019, at 8.50 p.m. Shots were fired at the tanker by the pirates during the attack. The "Levanto" performed anti-piracy evasive manoeuvres, increased speed and finally the pursuit ended with skiff falling behind. The vessel and crew members were reported safe.
The "G. Dona I" was boarded by eight armed pirates in a skiff in position 006 01 06 N, 001 16 18 E, at Lome Anchorage on May 12, 2019, at 1 a.m. The Togolese Navy operations room observed the tanker's erratic movements but was unable to contact the crew, so they deployed a naval team to investigate. The Navy team boarded the tanker and arrested the suspected pirates, among them six Nigerian and two Togolese citizens, who were handed over to the Maritime Gendarmerie for further investigations. The vessel was then escorted into a safe area off the port of Lome and moored in pos. 06° 6.58' N 001° 16.22' E.