The 42 meter long coastal cargo vessel Zhe Ding 49067 was blown ashore in the East China Sea off Zhejiang Zhoushan, China. The Zhe Ding 49067 had its anchor drag as heavy seas kicked up as Typhoon Swan passed by. The 5 crew on board were safely rescued, but the vessel suffered damage. No further details reported.
The 28 meter long fishing vessel Zhejiang went aground on the Yangtze River. The vessel had suffered water ingress and the crew requested assistance. Authorities dispatched helicopters and rescue craft to the scene. All 9 crew were safely rescued. No further details reported.
The 4300 dwt freighter Yongxin collided with a fishing vessel in the early morning off the coast ofZhejiang, China in the East China Sea. The collision resulted in the fishing vessel to sink with its 2 crewmen. A search of the area by rescue vessels were unable to find the missing crewmen. The Yongxin was carrying a cargo of silica sand from Danang, Vietnam to Jinhae, South Korea. The cause of the accident is being investigated.