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MV VOC Daisy Released from Pirate Control

The Liberian owned bulk carrier Voc Daisy has been released. She was hijacked in the Gulf of Aden, 190 nautical miles east south east of Salalah, Oman on April 21, 2010. The vessel was heading west from Ruwais, U.A.E, making for the eastern rendezvous point of the International Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC), for onward transit through the Suez Canal.

MV VOC Daisy Released from Pirate Control
20 October 2010 - 08:34

The Liberian owned bulk carrier Voc Daisy has been released. She was hijacked in the Gulf of Aden, 190 nautical miles east south east of Salalah, Oman on April 21, 2010. The vessel was heading west from Ruwais, U.A.E, making for the eastern rendezvous point of the International Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC), for onward transit through the Suez Canal. She was 280 miles from the IRTC when she was hijacked. The vessel was able to raise the alarm before four armed pirates, carrying three AK47s and one RPG, stormed onboard and cut their lines of communication. The Voc Daisy has a crew of 21 Filipinos, all of whom are reported to be in good health.

The 47,183 DWT Voc Daisy is owned by Middleburg Properties Ltd, Liberia, and operated by Van Ommeren Clipper Bulk.

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