Resolve Salvage & Fire (Americas) Inc. contracted with tanker salvage
The engine room fire aboad the "Nu Shi Nalini" in pos. 09 49 53.4 N 76 03 34.8 E on June 13, in which one crewman died, was brought under control, and tugs were on scene on June 15 to tow the tanker to Kochi. Though the fire was brought under control, there was a blackout on the vessel as the power system failed following the explosion. The propulsion system of the vessel was also affected. The Salvage Arbitration Branch, Lloyd's, has been advised that a Lloyd's Form of Salvage Agreement was signed on June 13 to Resolve Salvage & Fire (Americas) Inc. SCOPIC was invoked.
Afte the "HTK Energy" ran aground in Sarangani Bay, General Santos City, the assistant superintendent of the Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape, said that substantial damages on artificial reefs installed near the shores of Barangay Dadiangas South was found as a result of the grounding of the vessel. Local authorities found that around 100 artificial reef domes were damaged, which could amount to around $13,000. They will immediately recommend the convening of the Sarangani Bay's Protected Area Management Board to further assess the damages and impose possible sanctions against the vessel. The board will determine whether there is a need to temporarily detain the vessel pending the resolution of the case. The vessel was supposed to dock at the Makar port when it hit the artificial reefs.
The "African Lily", while en route from Gdynia,to Las Palmas with a crew of 19 on board, suffered a problem with a main engine cylinder in position 49 54 55.2 N, 003 10 17.4 W on June 19, 2018, at 3 p.m. The crew fixed the problem and at 3.40 p.m. the "African Lily" was fully under way, with no further defect reported. The vessel was carrying 26,747 tonnes of wheat as cargo, ETA June 25.
The "Sunset X" suffered engine trouble while departing from Bremerhaven on June 11, 2018. The ship returned to the south end of the Strom Quay for repairs. After resuming the voyage, it arrived at Gothenburg on June 18 at 6 a.m.