The "Hippo" was intercepted in the Gulf of Suez by by Egypt Navy on suspicion of carrying narcotics on May 5, 2016. The ship was en route from Ras Shukheir to Suez. It was taken to Ain Sukhna port and moored for a thorough search. During the search, narcotics were found, and the crew and a passenger were arrested.
The "KMP Ranaka" suffered steering failure on May 4, 2016, en route from Kupang to Sawu Island in the Savu Sea. The Ferry drifted for about 30 hours with passengers on board before it was towed to Biu, Sawu, on May 5. The ferry left Biu on May 5 and reached Kupang on May 6, sailing half of the route at reduced speed, or maybe on tow.
(Oil And Chemical Tanker > Crude Oil Tanker)
Enroute from Hamburg to Copenhagen the "Black Watch" allided with the jetty while approaching the Kiel Canal locks in Brunsbüttel, coming from the Elbe, in the afternoon of May 6, 2016. One dolphin was destroyed by the impact of the vessel which was pushed against the construction with the starboard side bow. The "Black Watch" entered the locks around 4 p.m. During the stay inside, the incident was investigated, and the ship was then allowed to continue the eastbound voyage. It had only suffered scratches at the bow.