Yemen ' s army and Ansarullah fighters targeted another Saudi warship in Ta ' iz province early on Saturday, the seventh Saudi vessel sinking in waters offshore Yemen in the last three months. The targeted ship had repeatedly fired rockets on residential areas in the Yemeni province of Ta'iz, inflicting casualties and destruction there, according to Fars News Agency. Reports said the Saudi warship was targeted and destroyed off Mukha coast in Ta'iz early this morning. Reports said there were casualties, but did not provide exact figures, adding that some of the naval forces were also rescued by the Saudi-led coalition fleet present in the region. The coalition warships usually deploy offshore Ta'iz to strike coastal targets, but they retreat from Yemen's waters as soon as one of their vessels is destroyed by the Yemeni army and Ansarullah forces. On November 25, the Yemeni forces targeted and destroyed a Saudi warship in the waters near Bab al-Mandab Strait. The Saudi warship was targeted with Yemeni missiles in the coastal waters in the province of Ta'iz. Other Saudi battleships that were approaching Yemen's coasts retreated fast following the attack. The coast of Al-Mukha is located in Bab al-Mandab strait and the Saudi-led forces have been trying hard for several months now to win control over the coastal regions near the waterway. On November 15, Yemeni forces destroyed a Saudi-led coalition warship near al-Mukha coast. On November 7, Yemeni forces fired rockets at a Saudi-led coalition warship and destroyed it near al-Mukha coast. On October 25, the Yemeni forces hit and destroyed another Saudi warship in Bab al-Mandab Strait On October 11, another ship which belonged to the Egyptian army and named al-Mahrousa was destroyed by Yemeni missiles in the coastal waters near al-Mukha coast. On October 9, Yemeni army and popular forces also fired missiles at a Saudi warship, and destroyed it in Bab al-Mandab Strait. The warship was wrecked off the Southwestern coast of Yemen, in the Bab al-Mandab Strait, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden.