Dryad Maritime is calling on the maritime industry to develop a Standardisation Agreement STANAG setting minimum standards for the production of intelligence.
The Gulf of Guinea, South East Asia and The Indian Ocean HRA have all seen a significant reduction of reported maritime crime throughout July, August and September.
During the evening of Sunday 9 October, it is alleged that two missiles, fired from Yemen, targeted US Navy destroyer USS Mason operating in the Bab al Mandeb
Dryad Maritime release WxConnect, a new scalable, managed weather forecasting service for ships and fleets. The launch of the service comes as latest figures from the International Union of Marine Insurance show that losses due to weather are on the increase.*
Dryad Maritime release the Dryad Maritime Country Risk Map, an online risk portal that has been specifically designed to help commercial teams, CSOs, ship owners and managers optimise their maritime security strategies and identify new trading opportunities through enhanced Maritime Domain Awareness. With a simple interface and concise intelligence, the portal is curated, reviewed and […]
The following analysis was issued by Dryad Maritime on Tuesday 20th October. The report illustrates the uncertainty surrounding maritime security in the region; coming fast on the release of Dryad’s Quarterly statistics which showed a three month lull in attacks offshore West Africa.
This report by Dryad Maritime illustrates the continuing security issues in Southeast Asia, including contributing factors, and the impact upon maritime trade.