The 48 meter long container feeder vessel Xin Hang 328 capsized and sank off Guangzhou, China. The Xin Hong 328 was en route to Nansha from Hong Kong with 72 containers when it suffered water ingress in the engine room. The flooding was uncontrolled and the vessel quickly developed a list. The eight crew on board had to jump into the sea when the Xin Hang 328 capsized and sank. Reports state many containers were found floating around the area and that traffic has been disrupted. Authorities dispatched four patrol vessels to the scene and all eight crew were rescued. No reports of injuries. Salvage efforts have begun to recover the containers.
The 50 meter long feeder vessel Sui Hai Yun 382 ran aground near Tuen Mun, Hong Kong. The Sui Hai Yun 382 was en route to Tuen Mun to unload a cargo of containers when it suffered engine failure and power black out. The feeder vessel went adrift until it went ashore onto the beach. No reports of injuries to the seven crew on board or damage to the vessel. The Sui Hai Yun 382 was later refloated the same day. The marine police was investigating the incident.