Number of Incidents in 2021
(as of today)

Actual Incidents: 10
Attempted Incidents: -
Categories of Incidents
CAT1: -
CAT2: -
CAT3: 4
CAT4: 6
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Number of Incidents in 2020

Actual Incidents: 95
Attempted Incidents: 2
Categories of Incidents
CAT1: 1
CAT2: 6
CAT3: 18
CAT4: 70
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Number of Incidents in 2019

Actual Incidents: 72
Attempted Incidents: 11
Categories of Incidents
CAT1: 2
CAT2: 6
CAT3: 14
CAT4: 50

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Presentation on the Latest Situation

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  • The 15th Anniversary of ReCAAP
    Join us at the 15th Anniversary Symposium of ReCAAP
  • ReCAAP ISC Annual Report 2020
    97 incidents reported to ReCAAP ISC in Asia in 2020, marking 17% year-on-year increase in total Incidents & 32% increase in actual incidents
  • ReCAAP ISC Nautical Forum 2021
    The ReCAAP ISC Annual Report 2020 was released at the 12th Nautical Forum, which was attended by about 100 participants from shipping companies, shipping associations, government/regulatory agencies, diplomatic missions as well as academic institutions
  • Executive Director's Report 2019
    In 2019, the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (the Centre) has continued its efforts to play a pivotal role in combating piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia
Alert on Maritime Piracy

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Piracy Incidents

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What is Piracy & Armed Robbery against Ships?
What to do if you encounter an incident?

ReCAAP ISC's periodic reports help the maritime community combat piracy and sea robbery in Asia by by sharing detailed information of the incidents such as locations, modus operandi and good practices, in order to raise awareness on the risks and strengthen safety measures.

The ReCAAP ISC guidebooks are developed in consultation with shipping industry and maritime law enforcement agencies to help prevent and deter piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia.