La verdad es que es bastante desagradable el tener que andar por allí, más que nada por la tensión en la que te encuentras durante los días (o semanas) que pululas por la zona.
Esta noticia es del viernes:
PIRATES GRAB GERMAN SHIP
Nimmrich & Prahm Bereederung vessel snatched less than 40 miles from the coast of Oman.
Pirates have seized a German general cargo vessel off the coast of Oman. Nimmrich & Prahm Bereederung's 4,464-dwt Susan K (built 2007) was less than 40 miles from the shore when it was snatched.
Ten pirates forced their way onboard the vessel this morning as it headed from India to Port Sudan.
Sources have stressed their surprise at the fact the ship was taken so close to the coast, around 200 miles north east of Salalah. Eunavfor says 10 crew were on board the vessel when it was taken following a hit in the early hours of this morning.
There is no information about the health of the four Ukrainian and six Filipinos at the present time. Today's hit comes after a quiet week for pirate activity in the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea.
It is the first merchant vessel hijacked since Arab Maritime Petroleum's 105,846-dwt Zirku was snatched at the end of March. The 2003-built tanker was 250 nautical miles South East of Salalah when it was taken.
The Susan K is the second German-owned ship hijacked this year. Pirates grabbed the 9,775-dwt Beluga Nomination (built 2006) in January in the Indian Ocean.
The Susan K is classed by Germanischer Lloyd with P&I cover provided by the North of England.