Hijacked Tanker Arrives off Somalia

Thursday, April 08, 2010

The Marshal Islands flagged, crude oil tanker Samho Dream, previously reported hijacked approximately 600 nautical miles off the Somali coast in the early hours of 4 April has now arrived off the coast of Somalia. The Samho Dream, South Korean owned and operated, with a deadweight of 319360, has a crew of 24 made up of 5 Koreans and 19 Fillipino and all are believed to be safe. EU NAVFOR continues to monitor the situation.
 

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