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Royal Thai Navy arrests 9 illegal Cambodian fishermen by Patcharapol Panrak March 27,2013   |  Source: Pattaya Mail

The Royal Thai Navy intercepted two squid-fishing boats staffed by illegal Cambodian sailors off a Sattahip Bay island.

A navy patrol boat stopped the Chokthatchai, captained by Teecha, 55, and three other Cambodians; and the Chokthatchai 3, captained by Yew, 48, and four other Cambodian sailors.

The sailors said the boats are Thai-owned, with Aakhom Sridaoruang, 43, the lead investor from Trat. Their journey began March 10 in Trat and the sailors are paid 2,000-3,000 baht each for the trip.

Vice Adm. Rungsak Saereesawat said the Cambodians illegally entered the kingdom to work on the boat. The sailors will be deported and the navy plans to track down the boat owners.


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