List of shipwrecks in 2019
|London||Palau||The cargo ship capsized 80 nautical miles (150 km) northeast of Pengjia Islet, north east of Taiwan. Five crew were rescued, ten missing.|
|Ou Ya Leng 6||China||The fish carrier ran aground on Taka Atoll in the Marshall Islands and was abandoned. All 24 crew reached shore.|
|Kalebi||Indonesia||The ro-ro ferry ran aground in Gili Lebur, east of Lombok Island, while exiting port. All passengers safely evacuated.|
|Cavalier XV||Paraguay||The tug sank in the Paraná River in San Cosme y Damián after being struck by large swells and beginning to experience water ingress.|
|Jie Hai 189||China||The coaster sank after a collision in Hangzhou Bay south of Ningbo. One crew rescued, four missing.|
|Forever Lucky||Philippines||The Project 302M/302K cruise ship ran aground in the Sulu Sea 15 nautical miles (28 km) northeast of Cagayancillo Island off Palawan, The Philippines. The ship was still aground as of 12 January.|
|NB-8836||Vietnam||The inland cargo ship sank after a collision with Daio Southern Cross ( Panama) in Ha Long Bay off Ha Long, Vietnam. Four crew rescued, four killed.|
|Tom Bussler||United States||The towboat capsized and sank on the Tennessee River near Calvert City, Kentucky. The two crew on board were rescued by fellow towboat George Leavell ( United States).|
|Volgo-Balt 214||Panama||Carrying coal from Azov, Russia to Samsun, Turkey, the 1978-built general cargo ship sank in rough seas off the Turkish coast in the morning hours of 7 January 2019. Six crew members died while seven survivors were airlifted to hospital by a helicopter of the Turkish Coast Guard.|
|Mary B II||United States||The crab boat capsized crossing the Yaquina Bay, Newport, Oregon bar. Three crew killed.|
|KMP Sangke Palangga||Indonesia||The ferry ran aground on a reef in the Flores Sea 5 nautical miles (9.3 km) off Maropokot, possibly capsizing and sinking. All crew and passengers were evacuated safely.|
|Star Centurion||Vanuatu||The pipelayer capsized and sank after a collision with Antea ( Hong Kong) 10 nautical miles (19 km) north of Berakit, Bintan Island, in the Singapore Strait ( ).|
|Rix Emerald||Cyprus||The cargo ship ran aground en route to Landskrona in Øresund, Sweden.|
|Tour 2||Panama||The tanker was driven aground by a storm in the Mediterranean Sea off Latakia, Syria. Still aground as of 11 April. The vessel was scheduled to be refloated in the next two weeks.|
|Wardeh||Lebanon||The livestock carrier drifted aground in the Mediterranean Sea off Mersin, Turkey during a storm.|
|Priboy||Russia||The tugboat capsized and sank at a pier at Temryuk on the Sea of Azov.|
|Zhongxing689||China||The cargo ship sank off Zhangzhou in the Taiwan Strait. Two crew missing.|
|Tanzania||Kerch Strait incident: An explosion and fire enveloped the two liquified gas carriers in the Black Sea. Of the 31 crew between the two ships, ten were killed. Fuel was being transferred between the two vessels at the time of the incident.|
|Oriental Nadeshiko||Panama||The product tanker ran aground at Elbe estuary east of Cuxhaven, Germany.|
|Sea Frontier||Saint Kitts and Nevis||The tanker struck rocks two nautical miles (3.7 km) off Tanjung Penyusop in the Singapore Strait and sank partially submerged in shallow water. Still in place as of 8 February, salvage efforts continue.|
|Lucky Star 8||Indonesia||The cargo ship ran aground in the Sea of Japan near Olga Bay.|
|Solomon Trader||Hong Kong||The bulk carrier was pushed aground by a storm in Kangava Bay, Rennel Island, in the Solomon Sea.|
|Koi 3||Sierra Leone||The tugboat collided with Shun Sheng ( Hong Kong), capsized, and sank in Singapore Strait, west of Pulau Senang, after tanker kept sailing after collision.|
|Salim N1||Tanzania||The tanker was beached by a storm on the north coast of Cyprus near Famugusta.|
|Ed McLaughlin||United States||The towboat capsized and sank in the Ohio River near Cheshire, Ohio, after it lost stability. All three crew safe after abandoning ship.|
|Sinpyaung||Myanmar||The lighthouse/buoy tender sank at Lattphat Island in the Bay of Bengal. 7 crew rescued, 2 dead, 18 missing.|
|Zhong Yuan Yu 11||China||The fishing vessel sank after a collision with Pesca Vaqueiro ( Spain) northwest of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean. 30 crew rescued by other fishing vessels.|
|Fehn Lyra||Latvia||The freighter was pushed ashore in bad weather 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) off Kefkin on the Turkish coast east of Bosporus in the Black Sea.|
|Unknown||China||An unidentified fishing vessel was sunk in a collision, possibly with Dong Fang Sheng ( China) 80 nautical miles (150 km) east southeast of Ningbo in the South China Sea. Two crew rescued, five missing.|
|Milagrosa J Tres||Philippines||The ferry ran aground off Bisucay Island in Cuyo, Palawan while en route to Iloilo. All passengers safe.|
|Wavemaster 5||Singapore||The ferry ran aground at Karang Galang Reef off eastern coast of Batam, Indonesia en route to terminal.|
|Sepano||Iran||The cargo ship ran aground in the Volga–Caspian Canal in Astrakhan, Russia.|
|CB90||Sweden||The Swedish Navy fast assault craft ran aground on Ladna Island in the Stockholm Archipelago with 18 troops and crew on board. Seven people injured.|
|Cardium||Netherlands||The inland cargo ship sank in heavy swells in the western Scheldt near Vlissingen. One crewmember rescued, one missing.|
|Grande America||Italy||The ro-ro cargo ship caught fire in the Bay of Biscay 140 nautical miles (260 km) south west of Penmarch, Finistère, France and was abandoned by all 27 people on board. They were rescued by HMS Argyll ( Royal Navy). The ship later capsized and sank.|
|Zhedaiyu 020611||China||The trawler sank in a collision with Vathy ( Bahamas) east of the Yangtze Estuary in the Yellow Sea. Two crewmembers rescued, twelve missing.|
|Yusuf Celal||Turkey||The cargo ship ran aground near Topagac on Marmara Island in the Sea of Marmara and sank in shallow water with her stern and superstructure above water.|
|Maryland||Liberia||The bulk carrier ran aground in Kerch Strait off the Chushka Spit after veering off fairway. Refloated on 27 March.|
|Michelle Anne||United States||The tugboat ran up on the anchor chain of Iolcos Unity ( Malta) causing the tug to capsize and sink in the Mississippi River between mile markers 224.5 and 226.|
|Agios Georgios I||Greece||The tanker ran aground on Andros Island in the Aegean Sea while approaching port.|
|SL Star||Comoros||The container ship capsized and sank along its berth at port in Bandar Abbas, Iran during cargo operations. 14 crew safe.|
|Jean de la Lune||United Kingdom||The tall ship sank while moored at a harbour in Tenerife of the Canary Islands. No casualties reported.|
|Unidentified ferry||Iraq||The ferry sank in the Tigris River near Mosul, Iraq, with 95 killed.|
|Hagland Captain||Norway||The cargo ship was abandoned off the coast of Norway. Her crew were rescued by helicopter.|
|Viking Sky||Norway||The cruise ship suffered an engine failure off the coast of Norway. Four hundred and seventy-nine of the 1,373 passengers and crew were evacuated by helicopter before the ship managed to restart some of her engines and put in to Molde.|
|Al Fayrouz||Panama||The ro-ro ship was destroyed by fire in the Red Sea off Saudi Arabia. All 31 crew rescued by Riyadh and Al Ahsiq ( Royal Saudi Navy).|
|Unknown||Democratic Republic of Congo||The overloaded vessel sank on Lake Kivu. 35 rescued, 13 dead, 114 missing.|
|Saluang||Indonesia||The landing craft capsized and sank at a pier at Belitang, Borneo, Indonesia in the Kapuas River.|
|Masonic||United States||The 70-foot (21.3 m) longline fishing vessel ran aground on rocks in the Spanish Islands in Southeast Alaska, 80 miles (130 km) south of Sitka, Alaska.|
|Tenn Ming Yang No.268||Taiwan||The tuna fishing vessel caught fire in the Indian Ocean ( ) 630 nautical miles (1,170 km; 720 mi) east of Durban, South Africa. The vessel was abandoned by her crew in a sinking condition.|
|Phuong Nam 09||Vietnam||The cargo ship sank in the Gulf of Tonkin ( ) south of Haiphong, Vietnam. All crewmen rescued.|
|4Ever Wild||Canada||The 18-metre (59 ft) whale-watching vessel struck a submerged rock in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and was beached. 43 passengers and six crew were rescued by three boats. 4Ever Wild was later towed to Sidney, British Columbia for assessment.|
|Almarzoqah||Saudi Arabia||May 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was attacked and damaged in the Gulf of Oman.|
|A. Michel||United Arab Emirates||May 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was attacked and damaged in the Gulf of Oman.|
|Amjad||Saudi Arabia||May 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was attacked and damaged in the Gulf of Oman.|
|Andrea Victory||Norway||May 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was attacked and damaged in the Gulf of Oman by an explosion at her stern.|
|Locar V||Brazil||The barge partially sank 50 nautical miles (93 km; 58 mi) southeast of Paranaguá, Brazil ( ).|
|Unidentified||Democratic Republic of Congo||The overloaded vessel sank during the evening on Lake Mai-Ndombe nearly 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Inongo, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Forty-five dead, 200 missing.|
|Senshou Maru||Japan||The cargo ship sank in a collision with Sumiho Maru ( Japan) six nautical miles (11 km; 6.9 mi) south of Inobusaki Cape, Honshu. Four of the five crewmembers missing.|
|Hableány||Hungary||capsized and sank in the Danube River at Budapest, Hungary, after colliding with the 135-metre (443 ft) cruise ship Viking Sigyn ( Switzerland) in a heavy rainstorm. Seven passengers were killed, and twenty-one passengers and two crew members were left missing. There were seven survivors.|
|Lintas Timur||Indonesia||The cargo ship sank in the Molucca Sea off east central Sulawesi, Indonesia, in a storm. One crewman rescued, 17 missing.|
|No. 5 Elbe||Germany||The schooner sank in a collision with Astrosprinter ( Cyprus) in the Elbe River near Stade. All 43 on board were rescued.|
|FB Gimber1||Philippines||The fishing vessel sank after a Chinese fishing vessel collided with her while she was anchored off Reed Bank in the South China Sea. All 22 members of her crew survived, but the Chinese vessel left the scene without assisting them. A Vietnamese fishing vessel rescued them.|
|Front Altair||Marshall Islands||June 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was struck by an object suspected to be a torpedo and set afire in the Gulf of Oman. Her 23 crew were rescued.|
|Kokuka Courageous||Panama||June 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: The tanker was struck by an object suspected to be a torpedo and set afire in the Gulf of Oman. Her 21 crew were rescued.|
|Nusa Kenari 02||Indonesia||The passenger boat capsized off the shores of Alor, East Nusa Tenggara, after departing from Kalabahi. Three people were killed and four were missing.|
|Tirta Amarta||Indonesia||The cargo ship sprung a leak and sank in the Java Sea 125 nautical miles (232 km; 144 mi) northwest of Surabaya. The crew were rescued by Seaspan Fraser ( Hong Kong).|
|Feng Kuo 568||Taiwan||The longliner caught fire in the Indian Ocean 1,400 nautical miles (2,600 km) south of Mauritius ( ) and was abandoned to her fate by her crew. Crew rescued by Feng Kuo 669 ( Taiwan). Was still adrift and burning on 4 July.|
|Mei Cheng 866||China||The coastal container ship was pushed ashore in heavy weather on the coast south west of Qinzhou, China and sank after battered by waves.|
|Yuan Yu 15||China||The fishing vessel sank after an explosion in the Atlantic Ocean off Guinea Bissau. 3 crewmen dead, 3 missing and 15 rescued.|
|LCT Evelia||Cameroon||The cargo ship sank in the Bight of Bonny in the Gulf of Guinea between Douala, Cameroon and Libreville, Gabon. Ten rescued and three missing.|
|Sri Lanka Glory||none (probably Sri Lanka)||The cargo ship ran aground or was pushed ashore by a storm at Galle, Sri Lanka.|
|Shabahang||Iran||The cargo ship sank in the Caspian Sea off Azerbaijan. All nine crewmen rescued by helicopters and a patrol boat.|
|Pieces||Indonesia||The fishing vessel with 37 crew sank in the Makassar Strait during a trip from Pekalongan to Makassar. Three survivors and four bodies have been recovered as of 4 August.|
|Unknown||Thailand||Typhoon Wipha: Two barges receiving coal from Southampton ( Marshall Islands) crashed into each other in heavy weather caused by the typhoon and sank at Ko Si Chang Island in the Gulf of Siam. The barges are expected to be salvaged.|
|Chia Kin No. 2||Taiwan||Typhoon Wipha: The freighter was driven ashore at Budai, Taiwan.|
|Di Wei 506||China||Typhoon Wipha: The bulk carrier was sunk eight nautical miles (15 km; 9.2 mi) south of Macau. The crew were rescued five hours later just as a life raft began sinking.|
|Mingdelun||Singapore||The coaster (possibly named Beijing) sank off Wuqui Island in the Taiwan Straits after hitting a breakwater in heavy seas (Probably Typhoon Wipha related).|
|Philippines||A squall caused the capsizing of three passenger boats in the Iloilo Strait. A total of at least 30 people died from the three incidents which occurred separately within the same day.|
|Nand Aparma||India||The cargo ship was driven ashore by a storm 60 nautical miles (110 km; 69 mi) north of Mumbai, India.|
The fishing vessel ran aground on the Ve Skerries, Shetland. All fifteen crew were rescued by the Coastguard search & rescue helicopter dispatched from Sumburgh.
|Lady D||Cayman Islands||The yacht caught fire at Phuket, Thailand and burned out. She appears to be resting on the bottom.|
|Marujita||Ecuador||The purse seiner capsized and sank 336 nautical miles (622 km; 387 mi) south east of Clipperton Island, south of the Gulf of California. 25 crewmen and 12 coast guardsmen rescued by US Coast Guard.|
|Pinar Del Rio||Cyprus||The ferry ran aground at the port entrance to Denia, Spain in the Balearic Sea after reportedly hitting the breakwater. She was since been battered by waves and has sunk further. 400 people on board were rescued.|
|Santika Nusantara||Indonesia||During a voyage in Indonesia from Surabaya, East Java, Java, to Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Borneo, the passenger and vehicle ferry was destroyed by fire off Masalembu, East Java. Three people on board died; over 300 people were rescued.|
|Austrheim||Norway||The ferry capsized and probably sank in the Gulf of Guinea between Calabar, Nigeria, and Cameroon. Three dead, 108 rescued, approximately 100 missing.|
|Nanuni D S||Turkey||The dredge sprung a leak off Bozcaada Island in the Aegean Sea. The dredge was beached to prevent sinking, unclear if on the shore of Bozcaada or the Turkish mainland.|
|Conception||United States||dive boat burned and sank in 64 feet (19.5 m) of water 20 yards (18 m) off Platts Harbor on the north side of California's Santa Cruz Island. The vessel The Grape Escape ( United States) rescued five (of six) crew members. Thirty-four people (all 33 passengers and one crew member) died.|
|Ji Shun 16||Togo||Typhoon Lingling: The container ship sank 20 nautical miles (37 km; 23 mi) north east of Zhoushan, China in the East China Sea ( ).|
|Golden Ray||Marshall Islands||Brunswick, Georgia in St. Simon's Island sound. Ship is to be scrapped in place. Salvage of 320,000 gallons of fuel completed in December.|
|Golf Argo||Bangladesh||The container lighter capsized and sank in Bangladeshi waters off Chittagong after engine failure in rough seas. 14 crew members were rescued by the Bangladesh Navy.|
|Bukhta Naezdnik||Russia||The fishing trawler caught fire, capsized and sank at dock Breivika port in Tromsø, Norway leading to around 100 evacuations as the burning vessel began listing. On-board were hazardous materials including a tank of ammonia and 200,000 litres (44,000 imp gal; 53,000 US gal) of diesel oil.|
|Al Akhawayan||Morocco||The trawler was sunk in a collision with Montelaura ( Panama) in the Atlantic Ocean, 35 nautical miles (65 km; 40 mi) west of Dakhla, Morocco.|
|Bourbon Rhode||Luxembourg||Hurricane Lorenzo: The tug sank 940 nautical miles (1,740 km) west of the Cape Verde Islands in the Atlantic Ocean ( ). Three crewmen were rescued, seven missing, four bodies recovered.|
|Bow Dalian||Singapore||The tanker was damaged at Ulsan, South Korea when fire spread from Stolt Groenland ( Cayman Islands). Her crew were reported safe.|
|Stolt Groenland||Cayman Islands||The tanker suffered an onboard explosion and caught fire at Ulsan. Her 25 crew evacuated the ship.|
|Maria Veronica||Mexico||The tuna seiner caught fire, capsized and sank at dock at Manzanillo, Mexico.|
|Sheena M||Canada||The tugboat sank while working in Howe Sound near Gibsons, British Columbia. A local vessel rescued the crew. The wreck leaked roughly 10 litres (2.2 imp gal; 2.6 US gal) of fuel.|
|Hongbo||China||The sand carrier capsized off the Penghu Islands near Taiwan in the Taiwan Straits. 12 crewmembers missing.|
|Jia Liang||China||The sand carrier sank off the Penghu Islands near Taiwan in the Taiwan Straits. 13 crewmembers rescued.|
|Unidentified fishing vessel||North Korea||The fishing vessel sank in the Sea of Japan near the Yamato Shallows, about 350 kilometres (220 mi) northwest of Japan's Noto Peninsula, after she collided with an unidentified Japanese Fisheries Agency vessel that was chasing her out of Japan's exclusive economic zone. Japanese Fisheries Agency and Japan Coast Guard vessels rescued approximately 60 members of the North Korean vessel′s crew and transferred them to another North Korean vessel.|
|Jia De||Panama||Typhoon Hagibis: The cargo ship sank off Kawasaki, Japan during the typhoon. Four crew were rescued, one dead and seven missing.|
|Vietsun Integrity||Vietnam||The container ship developed a list to starboard and capsized and sank with hull partially above water in the Long Tau River. On 11 December an incident happened during salvage of the cargo. Two divers were killed, two injured and three missing.|
|Nu-Shi Nalini||India||Cyclone Kyarr: The tanker ran aground near Panaji, Goa in rough seas from the cyclone in the Arabian Sea. Still aground as of 2 November.|
|Avel Vor||France||The tuna fishing vessel struck a submerged obstruction causing a hull breach in the engine room 170 nautical miles (310 km; 200 mi) off Liberia in the Atlantic Ocean She sank on 29 October. All 22 crew rescued.|
|Vaishnav Devi Mata||India||Cyclone Kyarr: The fishing vessel sank in the cyclone in the Arabian Sea at ( ). All 17 crewmen rescued by INS Teg ( Indian Navy).|
|Bhagvati Prem||India||Cyclone Kyarr: The hopper dredge ran aground in stormy weather from Cyclone Kyarr on Surakal Beach north of Bangalore, India. She was refloated and then beached to prevent sinking.|
|Quang Vinh 09||Vietnam||Tropical Storm Matmo: The cargo ship was beached in the Gulf of Tonkin at Quy Nhon, Vietnam.|
|American Glory||United States||The retired 215-foot (65.5 m) cruise ship was scuttled as an artificial reef in the North Atlantic Ocean 16.5 nautical miles (30.6 km; 19.0 mi) off Indian River Inlet, Delaware.|
|Miss Hailee||United States||The 54-foot (16.5 m) fishing vessel – a commercial troller – capsized in the Pacific Ocean off the Sonoma Coast of Northern California about 30 miles (48 km) north of Bodega Bay. One man abandoned ship wearing a life jacket but disappeared and was presumed dead. The other three people on board – a woman and two men – were rescued from the water by a United States Coast Guard helicopter.|
|LCT Maruni Pratama||Indonesia||The landing craft tank sank off Manokwari Regency, Indonesia. The crew were rescued by fishing boats.|
|Lohengrin||Cayman Islands||The 161-foot (49.1 m) Trinity motor yacht was destroyed by fire at Universal Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while undergoing repairs and a refit. There was no loss of life.|
|Reflection||Jamaica||The 107-foot (32.6 m) Christensen motor yacht was destroyed by fire at Universal Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while undergoing repairs and a refit. There was no loss of life.|
|Chang Xin||Taiwan||The cargo ship sank off Chuanshi Island, off the Minjiang River Estuary near Fuzhou in the Taiwan Straits, East China Sea after a collision with unknown vessel. Two crewmembers missing.|
|Asia||Malaysia||The sailing yacht struck an obstruction, probably in the Banda Sea, and sank. Everyone was rescued.|
|Mitra Sejahtera IX||Indonesia||The container ship capsized and sank south west of Makassar in the Java Sea. Everyone was rescued by passing ships.|
|Queen Hind||Palau||The cargo ship capsized at Midia, Romania. Her 22 crew were rescued. 33 of 14,600 sheep on board rescued. She was on a voyage from Midia to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.|
|Chief||United States||The shrimp boat capsized and sank in Mobile Bay north of Fort Morgan, Alabama. Her captain was rescued, two died.|
|Citra Hasil||Indonesia||The cargo ship sank in the South China Sea ( ) west of Ebeling Reef. Crew of ten reported in water.|
|Golden Bridge 2||The tanker sank in the Gulf of Siam off the Chao Praya River Estuary south of Bangkok, Thailand. Three crewmen rescued.|
|Min Shi Yu 07705||China||The fishing vessel capsized in the Taiwan Strait off Fujian, China. 13 crew rescued, 4 missing.|
|Anglican Lady||Canada||The tug ran aground in Lake St. Clair. Still aground as of 11 December.|
|KM Shippo 16||Indonesia||The cargo ship capsized and sank at dock at Lewobela on Lembata Island in the Banda Sea, Indonesia.|
|Hamada S||Togo||The freighter dragged anchor in a storm and went ashore at Bizerte, Tunisia.|
|Chita||Russian Navy||The decommissioned Kilo-class submarine sank in the Sea of Japan while under tow to a dismantling yard with her stern on the bottom and bow above water. Expected to be refloated.|
|PD-16||Russian Navy||The decommissioned drydock sank at Sevastopol, Ukraine with the decommissioned Tango-class submarine B-380 Gorgorvskiy Komsomolets in it.|
|Hua Xia 68||China||The cargo ship sank in shallow water with part of the ship above water off Nanji Island, China. All 11 crew rescued by passing cargo ship from life rafts.|
|Andiamo||United States||While docked at Island Gardens Marina off MacArthur Causeway in Miami Florida, the US$7,000,000 120-foot (36.6 m) luxury yacht – the property of salsa singer Marc Anthony – burned, capsized, and sank in shallow water with part of the vessel above water at Watson Island in Biscayne Bay. Two crew members — the only people on board – escaped without injury.|
|Cdry Blue||Italy||The cargo ship ran aground on the Torre Cannai Rocks, Sardegna. Italy. Her crew were rescued.|
|Orca||unknown||The barge rolled onto her port side and sank in the harbor at Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristóbal Island in the Galápagos Islands when a crane on a pier she was tied up to toppled over onto her deck while unloading cargo from her. Orca′s crew and the crane operator jumped overboard and survived.|
|Edelweiss||Cyprus||The bulk carrier ran aground in the southern Makassar Strait/Java Sea north of Masalima Island, Indonesia. Still aground as of 30 December.|
|Nevado 35||Russia||The cargo ship ran aground in the area of Şarköy, Tekirdağ Province, Turkey in the Sea of Marmara. Refloated 5 January.|
|Zelek Star||Turkey||The cargo ship dragged anchor and grounded on the beach at Ashdod, Israel. Still aground as of 31 December.|
|Fay||Norway||The fishing vessel sank in the Barents Sea north of Honningsvag, Norway. Her 12 crew was rescued.|
|Scandies Rose||United States||During a voyage carrying crab pots from Kodiak, Alaska, to fishing grounds in the Bering Sea with a crew of seven men on board, the 130-foot (39.6 m) fishing vessel sank quickly in the Gulf of Alaska near Sutwik Island off the Alaska Peninsula, 180 nautical miles (330 km; 210 mi) southwest of Kodiak. Four hours after the sinking, a United States Coast Guard helicopter rescued two survivors from a life raft on 1 January 2020, but the other five members of her crew disappeared and were presumed dead.|
|Unidentified fishing vessel||South Korea||The fishing vessel was sunk in a collision with the motor vessel Subaru ( Russia) in the Sea of Japan southeast of Pohang,South Korea. All 12 crew were rescued by another South Korean fishing vessel.|
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