The 98 meter long cargo vessel Su Jia Hang 1 was blown ashore by Typhoon Haima near Shantou City, Guangdong, China. Reports state the cargo vessel had its anchor drag pushed by strong winds and large waves. No reports of injuries. All the crew from the Su Jia Hang 1 had safely transferred to another vessel before the vessel went ashore.
The 53 meter long cargo vessel Hong Xing 88 sank in the East China Sea off Wenzhou, China. The Hong Xing 88, loaded with a cargo of sand, dropped anchor in order to ride out Typhoon Haima. The typhoon was too severe and the Hong Xing 88 suffered uncontrolled water ingress. The vessel requested assistance as it sank. The 7 crew on board climbed to the top of the cargo vessel’s superstructure as the Hong Xing 88 sank. All 7 men were later rescued by the China Coast Guard. No reports of injuries.