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Movies Royal Navy Seizes Nearly £17MIL Worth of Drugs in Caribbean Sea

Royal Navy Seizes Nearly £17MIL Worth of Drugs in Caribbean Sea

The Royal Navy Seized The Drugs After It Intercepted Smuggling Speedboats in The Caribbean Sea.


Across two operations, HMS Trent seized 200kg of cocaine and other drugs with an estimated street value of £16.7 million.


MailOnline 6 APR 2024












British sailors, Royal Marines and a US Coast Guard team on HMS Trent intercepted a smuggling speedboat immediately following a port visit to the island of Martinique.








Defence Secretary Grant Shapps said the interceptions show the Navys’ commitment to “disrupt and dismantle” drug traffickers.



The warship launched fast sea boats, piloted by Royal Marines of 47 Commando, to intercept the speedboat, seize the drugs and detain the crew before darkness fell.

Less than 48 hours later, HMS Trent worked with a US Coast Guard patrol aircraft to track and intercept another speedboat.

Mr Shapps said: “These interceptions demonstrate the Royal Navy’s commitment to disrupt and dismantle the operations of drug traffickers across the world.

“I congratulate the ship’s company for their invaluable efforts to keep illegal drugs off our streets.”

HMS Trent has seized drugs worth £307 million since it began operating in the Caribbean at the end of 2023.

In February, £221 million worth of cocaine and other drugs was seized, in addition to £70 million in January.

Commanding Officer Tim Langford said: “The flexibility shown by my ship’s company to move straight from high-level defence engagement activity in Martinique straight into successful boarding operations is a testament to their dedication and professionalism.

“The level of co-operation between the Royal Navy, US Coast Guard and other partners has been excellent, and has been key to making these seizures possible.”





HMS Trent Launched PUMA UAV and Conducted Training Off West Africa Five Months Ago - During her second deployment to the Gulf of Guinea, HMS Trent worked with coastal West African nations to disrupt illegal activity and promote security along busy shipping lanes.


Trent deployed with a specialist Royal Marines boarding team and a Puma surveillance drone as, alongside allies and partners, they worked to develop skills and techniques required to counter illicit activity that ultimately harms the prosperity of African nations and disrupts shipping that brings trade to UK shores.




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