MMEA nabs boat off Batu Maung for carrying passengers without permit

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 21 Nov 2021

GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has detained a boat and its operator on Saturday (Nov 20) for ferrying seven passengers without a valid licence.

State MMEA director Capt Abd Razak Mohamed said the unregistered boat was spotted by a MMEA patrol 1.3 nautical miles east off Batu Maung during Ops Pertiwi at about 5.55pm.

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