Ships set to sail along Somalia coast

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Vessels have started sailing along the Somalian coast because of the reduced Pirate fear.

After a long wait of two years without pirate attack the coast of Somalia finds vessel traffic.  With the international efforts to restrain pirate attacks in the western Indian ocean and the continuous surveillance by the naval patrol has paved way for the return of shipping patterns along the coast of Somalia.  Ships are no longer wasting fuel by taking a long route around the coast or sailing at a high speed.  This reduces the transportation cost to a notable extent.  Even when data appreciates the successful antipiracy measures, it is still not clear which policy or measure has worked out. Long Range Identification and Tracking(LRIT) data has proved to be authoritative to address geopolitical issues and piracy.

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