The socioeconomic conditions of Bangladesh are driving the country to explore opportunities presented by its sea resources. The country's landmass ratio to population has reached a critical point, with land resources depleting rapidly. This trend is unfavorable for sustaining the nation's growing economy. The peaceful resolution of maritime disputes further underscores the necessity of maximizing the utilization of sea resources to promote the country's economic development. The Bay of Bengal (BoB) holds particular significance as the third neighbor of Bangladesh. Beyond its valuable sea resources, the BoB's strategic location plays a crucial role.