The 79 meter long, 2972 dwt cargo vessel Marina went aground in Tokyo Bay at Kawasaki, Japan. The Marina had been at anchor when strong winds from Typhoon Trami caused the anchor to drag. Before the 12 crew on board could start the main engine, the Marina was blown ashore onto the breakwater.
The 12 crew were able to abandon ship and safely reached the shore without injury. Reports state the Marina sustained hull damage and some oil pollution had been released.
The 465 dwt tanker Keihin Maru No. 8 collided with the 97 meter long, 5025 dwt tanker Eastern Phoenix off Kehin, Kawasaki, Japan. The Eastern Phoenix struck the port hull of the Keihin Maru No. 8 resulting in a hull breach. The Keihin Maru No. 8 suffered water ingress and released some of its cargo of fuel oil into the sea. The three crew on board were later rescued. No reports of injuries. The Eastern Phoenix only sustained minor damage. Reports state the Keihin Maru No.8 was in a flooded condition, but remains afloat. Salvage operations were reported to have started.
On November 12, the 75 meter long, 2346 dwt cargo vessel Hong Yan caught fire while berthed at Kawasaki, Japan. The vessel was loaded with 600 tons of scrap metal when a fire broke out in the cargo hold. All 10 crew on board safely evacuated. No reports of injuries. Local firefighters and fire boats were called to the scene. Reports state it took over 30 hours to extinguish the blaze.