The maritime boundary between Oman and Yemen was delimited through a bilateral agreement that was signed on 14 December 2003 and which entered into force on 10 April 2004. The line extends for 345 nautical miles and delimits the Parties’ overlapping territorial sea and exclusive economic zone entitlements. The first section of the boundary, from points 1–5, follows an equidistance line, while the second section follows a series of geodesic lines until reaching the Parties’ 200 M EEZ limit.

Map showing the maritime boundary between Oman and Yemen

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