Fairchem Bogey: hijacked from cattle carrier
FAIRCHEM BOGEY imo 9423750 V7UB6 Chemical/Oil Tanker 25390 2010 chemical tanker sailing under Marshall Islands flag was in the designated anchorage area of Salalah port at Oman, awaiting berthing instructions when the hijackers managed to board the ship from a vessel that was ferrying cattle load.The ship prior to reaching Salalah had discharged cargo at Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia and from Oman port and was to proceed towards China. According to Anglo-Eastern Management officials, all crew members, “appear safe with no injuries.” Giving details about the hijacking, the shipping company officials disclosed that when Omani Coast Guard approached the vessel the pirates asked them to move away to avoid casualties to the crew.
Owner: Eurus Maritime SA
Manager: Anglo-Eastern Shipmanagement (Singapore) Pte Ltd
DocHolder: Anglo-Eastern Shipmanagement (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Query: why does a new chemtanker sail from Oman to China without a return load