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Maersk Cardiff crew foil double pirate attack

The crew of the 4,496TEU Maersk Cardiff have twice thwarted pirate attacks on the vessel in the Gulf of Guinea, once at 8pm on 13 January and again at midnight of the same day, on both occasions the crew retreated to the citadel to await the arrival of the Nigerian security forces.

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