Foundered 75 nautical miles (139 km) south west of Land's End. Six crew taken off by helicopter form RNAS Culdrose, Cornwall. The seven remaining crew later took to a lifeboat and were rescued by Axel Johnson. They were also taken to Culdrose by helicopter.
The fishing trawler departed for a clamming trip on 11 April 1983 and was scheduled to return the following day, but never did. Her entire crew of four was lost. Her intact wreck was found on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean east of Cape Henlopen, Delaware.
The tanker broke in two and caught fire off Saldaana, South Africa. The stern section capsized and sank; the bow section was taken in tow by the tug John Ross (South Africa), but was sunk by explosive charges.
Taiwanese Dai Lung sinking in the South China Sea.
The ship started taking on water in the No.1 cargo hold in rough seas of the Typhoon Orchid in the South China Sea. The crew was unable to find the source of the leak and sent an SOS. The U.S. Navy frigate USS Kirk (FF-1087) was nearby and rescued 23 of 25 crewmembers. Two crewmembers had died before.