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List of shipwrecks in 2010

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The list of shipwrecks in 2010 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 2010.

January

5 January


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desc=The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society trimaran was damaged severely in a collision with the whaler ( ). Her six crew ere rescued by the vessel Bob Barker ( ). The vessel sinks on 7 January despite efforts to tow it to port.

16 January


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ship=Atlantic Mist
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desc=The fishing vessel – a former PCE-842-class patrol craft – was scuttled as an artificial reef in of water in the North Atlantic Ocean at , approximately southeast of Indian River Inlet, Delaware, and equidistant from Cape May, New Jersey, Indian River Inlet, and Ocean City, Maryland.NavSource Online: Patrol Craft Escort Photo Archive Ely (PCE 880) ex-PCE-880https://njscuba.net/reefs/chart_deljerseyland.php#AtlanticMist njscuba.net Atlantic Mist
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ship=Frieda Marie
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desc=The retired , , or (sources disagree) fishing trawler – a shrimper – was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Delaware at .njscuba.net Frieda Mariehttps://thepocomokepubliceye.blogspot.com/2009/08/recreational-boat-stranded-since-monday.html?m=0 Wilson, Patrick, "Recreational Boat Stranded Since Monday," The Virginian-Pilot, August 9, 2009 Retrieved 8 February 2020.http://www.professionalmariner.com/October-2009/American-Marine-Group-salvages-grounded-Frieda-Marie-off-Va/ Anonymous, "American Marine Group salvages grounded Frieda Marie off Va.," professionalmariner.com, October 8, 2009 Retrieved 8 February 2020

25 January


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ship=Unnamed boat
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desc=The boat sank in rough waters off the province of Bataan with only two crew rescued by a passing vessel. Eight fishermen are missing.

30 January


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ship=Unnamed boat
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desc=The boat capsized in the Godavari River, Andhra Pradesh, with 12 dead and 40 reported missing.

February

17 February


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ship=Concordia
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desc=The barquentine capsized and sank off Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

19 February


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ship=Becky Thatcher
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desc=The historic sternwheel texas-deck paddle steamer sank at her mooring in the Ohio River at Neville Island in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, after a heavy snowfall and became a total loss.Majors, Dan, "Historic Riverboat Sinks in Ohio River," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 23, 2010.

21 February


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desc=The container ship capsized and sank off Saint Lucia.

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desc=The cargo ship ran aground near Gopnath, Pakistan, and broke her back. She was scrapped in situ.

March

10 March


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ship=Sandy Point
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desc=The retired tug was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Delaware at .njscuba.net Sandy Point

11 March


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desc=The fishing vessel started to sink NE of the Isles of Scilly and four of the crew taken off by RNAS Culdrose helicopter and one by the St Mary's relief lifeboat Daniel L Gibson. The ship was taken in tow by fisheries protection vessel ( ) and sank off Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

26 March


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desc=The sank off Baengnyeong Island after it was attacked.

31 March


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desc=The motor yacht sprang a leak south east of Saint Croix. Her crew were taken off by ( ), which took Titanic in tow. She was taken in to Fredrikstad, United States Virgin Islands.

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ship=Alta
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desc=The yacht ran aground entering the harbour of Puerto Ayora, Galápagos Islands, and was declared a constructive total loss.

April

3 April


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground off Great Keppel Island, Australia. She was refloated on 12 April. The Federal Court of Australia is seeking damages of $120 million from Shenzhen Energy Transport for damage to the reef.

20 April


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desc=The fishing vessel sank at , approximately south of Montague Island in the Gulf of Alaska. The captain died of hypothermia and his pet Cocker Spaniel went down with the ship, but the other three crewmen survived until a United States Coast Guard helicopter rescue crew arrived.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (N)https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/article/survivors-recall-sinking-northern-belle/2010/04/21/ Halpin, James, "Survivors recall sinking of the Northern Belle," Anchorage Daily News, April 21, 2010. Retrieved 28 December 2018

22 April


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ship=Deepwater Horizon
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desc=The oil rig sank two days after an explosion and fire.

May

2 May


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) east of the Shangdong Peninsula ( ) and sank. All 23 crew members were rescued.

6 May


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ship=Unnamed longboat
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desc=The longboat capsized on a river in Maniema killing at least 20 people, with 60 more missing.

7 May


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ship=McGinty
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desc=The retired fishing trawler was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean off Mantoloking, New Jersey, in of water at .njscuba.net McGinty

8 May


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desc=The passenger ferry collided with the terminal at Staten Island, New York. More than 60 people were injured.

20 May


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ship=Cape Spencer
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desc=The fishing vessel sank in Prince William Sound south of Montague Island on the south-central coast of Alaska after her engine room flooded. Wearing survival suits, her crew of four abandoned ship in a life raft and was rescued by a United States Coast Guard Sikorsky MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (C)

June

9 June


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ship=Lord Rank
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desc=The ketch sank after hitting rocks off Ballycastle the previous day.

12 June


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ship=Howard Bahnsen
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desc=The retired barge was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean off Townsends Inlet, New Jersey, at .Howard Bahnsen njscuba.net Howard Bahnsen

15 June


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desc=The cargo ship was run into by ( ) off Incheon, South Korea and sank. She was refloated on 6 November.

July

2 July


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desc=The cargo ship suffered an onboard fire that spread to her engine room at Glensanda Quarry, Loch Linnhe, Scotland. The crew abandoned and the fire spread to her accommodation, severely damaging the ship.

6 July


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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore in a storm at Valparaiso.

7 July


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ship= Unnamed DUKW
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desc=The DUKW became disabled in the Delaware River in Philadelphia after an onboard fire. The tourist boat was then struck by a barge and sank immediately in of water. Thirty-five passengers and two crew members were recovered alive and two members of a Hungarian tour group died.

10 July


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desc=The decommissioned was sunk as a target in the Pacific Ocean, sinking after being hit by five GBU-10 precision bombs in the Pacific during the RIMPAC 2010 exercise.

14 July


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desc=The decommissioned was sunk as a target in the Pacific Ocean off Kauai, Hawaii, on 14 July 2010 by aircraft of Patrol Squadron 4 (VP-4) and Patrol Squadron 40 (VP-40) (both ) during the RIMPAC 2010 exercise.navsource.org USS Monticello (LSD-35)

15 July


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ship=John Henry
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desc=The gillnetter sank in central Cook Inlet on the south-central coast of Alaska. A United States Coast Guard helicopter rescued her crew of two.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (J)
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desc= The crane ship was driven ashore at Vung Tau, Vietnam. She was later refloated and taken into Ho Chi Minh City.

29 July


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ship= Unnamed boat
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desc=The boat capsized in the Kasai River with at least eighty people killed.

31 July


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ship= Unnamed boat
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desc=The boat capsized on Lake Albert during a storm, with the loss of at least thirty-three lives.

August

7 August


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desc=The container ship was involved in a collision with the bulk carrier Khalija III off Mumbai, India. Both ships were left listing heavily. MSC Chitra was beached near the Prong Reef Lighthouse with a 75° list. Her crew were rescued by the tug Vamsee III ( ). She was later salvaged. Khalija III was subsequently declared a constructive total loss and was scrapped at Mumbai in 2014.

9 August


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ship=Unnamed ferry
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desc=The ferry sank off Flores. At least eleven were killed and 32 were reported missing.

September


3 September


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desc=The tanker ran aground at Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, Canada.

5 September


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ship=Unidentified barge
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desc=The retired barge was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean off Barnegat, New Jersey, at .njscuba.net "Gary Smith" barge

20 September


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desc= The decommissioned sank in the Pacific Ocean off Guam after being under bombardment since 19 September as a target for ships and aircraft during a naval exercise.

23 September


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the Caribbean Sea south of the Dominican Republic ( ). Her seven crew were rescued by ( ).

29 September


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desc=The cargo ship capsized and sank off Pingtan City with the loss of twelve of her fifteen crew.

October

5 October


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desc=The cargo ship ran aground and was holed. She was consequently beached on the Turkish coast.

7 October


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desc=The cargo ship struck a submerged object and consequently foundered off Damas Cay, Bahamas. Her ten crew survived.

8 October


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desc=The chemical tanker collided with the bulk carrier ( ) off Brittany, France, and was reported to be sinking. All 13 crew were rescued.

9 October


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desc=The ferry caught fire in the Fehmarn Belt. She was declared a constructive total loss and subsequently scrapped.

12 October


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desc=The ship collided with ( ) off Scheveningen, Netherlands. Mindoro was reported to have been holed and some of its cargo of kerosene lost.

16 October


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ship=Egholm II
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desc=The ferry foundered off Aarhus whilst under tow.

19 October


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desc=Typhoon Megi: The cargo ship foundered in the Taiwan Strait off Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Her twelve crew were rescued by a Republic of China Air Force helicopter.
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desc=Typhoon Megi: The cement carrier foundered off Hsinchu, Taiwan with the loss of four of her 22 crew.

20 October


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desc=Typhoon Megi: The cargo ship foundered in the Taiwan Strait with the loss of five of her thirteen crew.

22 October


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desc=The ran aground off the Isle of Skye.
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desc=The ferry foundered off the coast of East Nusa Tenggara with the loss of about 30 lives. There were 44 survivors.
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desc=The cargo ship collided with a small ferryboat ( ) in a canal between Breukelen and Nieuwer ter Aa, Utrecht. The ferryboat capsizes and its captain is reported missing. His body is later recovered.
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desc=The ro-ro ferry suffered an engine failure and ran aground off Barangay. All 141 passengers were taken off. She was later refloated.

24 October


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desc=The coaster ran aground at Gisundet, Norway.

27 October


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desc=The factory ship caught fire south west of the Isles of Scilly.
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desc=The cargo ship capsized and sank in the South China Sea off Oluanpi, Taiwan with the loss of thirteen of her 25 crew.
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desc=The inactivated combat stores ship was sunk as a target in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina by ships and aircraft of the carrier strike group.

28 October


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desc=The sailing ship lost two masts in gales in the Atlantic Ocean, south west of the Isles of Scilly.

November


8 November


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ship=Good News
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desc=The vessel was wrecked in Alaska′s Kodiak Archipelago between Afognak Island and Marmot Island.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (G)

9 November


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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the South China Sea off Da Nang, Vietnam. Her 26 crew were rescued by ( ).
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desc=The cargo ship capsized and sank south of Iriomote-Jiwa, Japan with the loss of 21 of her 25 crew.

11 November


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desc=The tug collided with ( ) and capsized in the Nieuwe Waterweg with the loss of two of her crew.

30 November


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desc=The cargo ship collided with ( ) and foundered in the Black Sea off Cape Emine, Bulgaria with the loss of five of her ten crew.

December


4 December


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desc=The cargo ship sank off the southeast coast of China. Ten members of the 24-person Chinese crew are missing. She was carrying 40,000 tons of nickel ore.

5 December


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desc=The tug was driven ashore near Kumkoy, Turkey. Her six crew were rescued.

8 December


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ship=DK 31
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desc=The oil skimmer was in collision with ( ) and sank in the Scheldt at Doel, East Flanders with the loss of all three of her crew.
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ship=Izzy B
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desc=The vessel burned to the waterline at Port Santa Cruz ( ) in Southeast Alaska. The vessel BJ ( ) rescued her crew of two.alaskashipwreck.com Alaska Shipwrecks (I)
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ship=RawFaith
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desc=thumbRawFaith.
The schooner-rigged galleon sank in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Nantucket. Two crew members were airlifted from the vessel the day before.

10 December


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desc=The cargo ship foundered off Cape Ortegal, Spain. All crew rescued.

11 December


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ship=Showboat Branson Belle
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desc=The passenger ship ranaground while cruising on Table Rock Lake in Missouri, stranding 567 passengers and 76 crew members overnight.

12 December


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desc=The cargo ship sank in stormy weather in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel. The ship's eleven Ukrainian crew members are rescued by a nearby ship. Voice of Russia reported that the vessel sank on "Saturday" (i.e., 11 December).

13 December


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desc=The tug sank in ice in the Saginaw River.
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ship=No. 1 Insung or Number One in Sung
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desc=The fishing vessel sank in the Southern Ocean some north of McMurdo Station and south of New Zealand. Twenty members of the multi-national 42-person crew are rescued and 22 were feared dead.

14 December


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desc=The ro-ro cargo ship capsized at Alexandria, Egypt. Her 21 crew survived. She was scrapped in situ in 2011-2012.

15 December


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desc=The refrigerated cargo ship ran aground and capsized in the Kuril Islands. Her fourteen crew were rescued.
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ship= Unnamed boat
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desc=A boat carrying around ninety Iranian, Iraqi and Kurdish asylum seekers sank off the coast of Christmas Island, killing at least fifty people aboard.

16 December


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desc=The cargo ship capsized and sank west of Sanya, China. Twenty-seven fishermen were reported missing.

17 December


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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Kumluca, Turkey. Her nine crew were rescued by the Turkish Coast Guard.
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desc=The cargo ship was driven ashore at Antalya, Turkey in a storm and was wrecked.

18 December


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ship=Sandy M
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desc=The fishing vessel took on water and was abandoned near Whitney Island, Alaska. Her crew of 5 were rescued by a United States Coast Guard helicopter crew.

24 December


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desc=The cargo ship caught fire in the English Channel off Dover. Three crew were airlifted to hospital in Margate, where one of them later died. The fire was extinguished but left the ship without propulsion and on emergency lighting only.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered off Fuzhou, China with the loss of four of her seventeen crew.

27 December


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desc=The ferry foundered in the Yellow Sea off Manjae Island. All on board were rescued.
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desc=The cargo ship ran aground at Turgutreis. Her twelve crew were rescued.

28 December


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ship=Sea Wolf
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desc=The fishing vessel sank off Cape May, New Jersey, with the loss of one of her two crew.
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desc=The cargo ship foundered in the South China Sea off the coast of Vietnam with the loss of eleven of her 23 crew.

31 December


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desc=The cargo ship sank northwest of Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, while carrying a cargo of construction materials. Her twenty-person crew were rescued after a multi-national effort.
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desc=The cargo ship sank east of Lianyungang in strong gales. Two crew were killed and 15 were reported missing.
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