A Greek-owned bulker, ‘Tutor’ was struck by a small craft off the port of Hodeidah in Yemen in the Red Sea and was not controlled by its crew after engine room damage, maritime and shipping sources said on Wednesday.

The vessel was identified as the Liberian-flagged cargo ship, although no details were given about the number and origin of the crewmembers. The vessel sustained an attack nearly 67 nautical miles southwest of Hodeidah, according to the UK security firm Ambrey.

Numerous such attacks have been blamed in the past on the Iran-back Houthi rebels operating in parts of Yemen.

The ship was sailing to India when it was hit, said the Greek ministry source, confirming the incident.

“It was hit twice by air and by sea; there are no reports of injuries,” according to a shipping ministry source in Greece, who remained anonymous. The latter source added that the vessel was headed to India when hit.

In February another Greek-flagged bulker vessel was attacked by the Houthis. The vessel was sailing from Argentina to Aden with a cargo of grain and with 23 crew members onboard including five Greek nationals, all of whom are reported to be in good health.