The "Ana" suffered a mechanical problem and got disabled in heavy seas in East China sea on July 7, 2014,north of the Taiwan Strait, odin.tc reports. The vessel, which was en route from Zhoushan to Singapore, requested assistance, A Chinese salvage vessel was dispatched to take freighter in tow. After several failed attempts, the salvage vessel finally managed to tow the "Ana" to a safe anchorage off Lianjiang on July 8. The 17 Indian crew members were reported to be safe and sound.
Coming from Varberg, the "Simon B" had problems to enter the port of Aalborg on July 10, 2014, around 4 a.m. First the ship sailed past the assigned dock, then a new berth was allocated by the port staff. When the coaster finally docked there with some difficulties, it allided with the quay. While damage remained limited, the maneuver caused the port staff to call the North Jutland Police. The captain had to undergo a breathalyzer test which showed an alcohol level of 2,07 per thousand. A blood sample was taken to determine the alcohol level of the master while he was at the helm of the ship. He will, however, face a hefty fine and was detained by the police.
The "Certa", the formerly "Certamen", was towed by the AHTS "Sea Patron" shortly after leaving the Grand Harbour in Valletta on July, 8, 2014 assisted by the tugs "Lieni" and "Sea Salvor" bound to breakers at Aliaga.