While the 'Telford 28' was anchored in position 18 48 50N, 091 46 23W, she was approached by five perpetrators armed with a gun aboard a fishing vessel at the Cuidad Del Carmen anchorage on July 14, 2021, around 03,30 a.m. Seeing the armed guards on board the barge, the perpetrators aborted their approach and moved away. The incident was reported to the Cuidad Del Carmen Port Authority and a local Naval vessel was dispatched to the anchorage.
The 'Maestro Diamond' was boarded by five robbers armed with a gun and knives using long ladders, at the Port Au Prince anchorage in position 18 34 06N, 072 24 03W, on July 16, 2021, at 01.30 a.m. The general alarm was sounded, and the crew proceeded into the accommodation block. Upon hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alert, the robbers escaped without stealing anything. The incident was reported to the Port Au Prince authorities.
Eight armed robbers managed to climb aboard othe 'Sandunga' in the night of July 19, 2021, in the Bay of Campeche, Gulf of Mexico. They fired shots in the air, and the workers hided in any shelters they could find, while the robbers ransacked the platform, taking with them equipment like diving equipment, communication devices, breathing apparatuses etc. Law enforcement teams arrived at the platform in the morning of July 20, long after the robbers had fled.
On July 16, 2021, at 44.15 p.m. the officer on watch of the 'Star Nike' noticed a suspicious boat near the ship and notified the Master who instructed the crew check and secure the accommodation. The vessel was under way in the Singapore Strait in position 001 16 01.2N, 104 12 23.4E. The engine room crew reported five robbers armed with knives outside the steering gear compartment. The alarm was raised resulting in the robbers escaping without stealing anything. The incident was reported to the Singapore authorities.
The 'Adventurer' was boarded by five perpetrators with knives who were spotted in the v engine room, while the vessel was transiting the Singapore Strait in position 001 16 18.0N, 104 14 21.6E, on july 16, 2021, at 4.40 p.m The perpetrators fled upon being discovered by the crew. All crew members were accounted for, and no injuries were reported. No items were stolen. The Master reported that no assistance was required and the vessel continued its voyage from Durban to Kaoshing with an ETA as of July 23.