On March 11, the 104 meter long, 6532 dwt general cargo vessel Eastern Amber capsized in East China Sea off Jeju Island, South Korea. On March 4, the Eastern Amber had been damaged by a collision and its 18 crew had abandoned ship. The Eastern Amber was taken under tow by a salvage tug and proceeded back to port. However, the Eastern Amber continue to flood and eventually lost stability and rolled over. No reported of injuries.
On March 4, the 104 meter long, 6532 dwt general cargo ship Eastern Amber collided with a sand carrier in the Yellow Sea off Gunsan, South Korea. The Eastern Amber sustained severe damage including water ingress into multiple holds. The 18 crew on board were evacuated by authorities. No reports of injuries. No further details reported.