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Rescue M/V TAICHUNG after colliding with buoy No. 0 in Vung Tau.

At 01:40PM, 3 march, 2022, a container ship TAICHUNG (Flag Panama, IMO No: 9194505) on under navigation to Ho Chi Minh had collided with buoy 0 (Vung Tau) at the rear propeller. The propeller was seriously damaged and lost control.
After receiving an emergency distress signal, HVS's tugboat team deployed a rescue plan for the Taichung ship. At 04:00PM on the same day, HVS's tugboat presented at the scene and deployed the rescue plan, towing the Taichung to a safe place.
 

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Fire fighting for M/V Kota Lumba

On December 12, the ship M / V KOTA LUMBA (Singapore) was sailing from Singapore to China, when she was passing through Vung Tau sea area, a fire broke out in 03 containers containing cigarette filters. Vessel enters TCIT port / Ba Ria - Vung Tau to fight fire. After the fire was extinguished by HAIVANSHIP's Tugboats, at 06:30 on December 13, the ship continued its journey to China.
 

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Fire fighting for General cargo vessel VTB 36

General cargo vessel VTB 36 caught fire at night Dec 9, 2016 on Thi Vai river, upstream from Vung Tau, fire started at around 2300 LT in superstructure. Vessel loaded with 4630 tons of maize was en route from Cai Mep to Qui Nhon. Fire was extinguished during the night Dec 10 by HAIVANSHIP's tugboats , 16 crews were evacuated. During the day Dec 10 vessel was towed to Vung Tau.
 

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Rescue Heung-a Dragon at Vung Tau

The 162 meter long, 18181 dwt sunken container ship Heung-A Dragon suffered a fire while remaining partially sunk off Vung Tau, Vietnam. The fire started in one of the vessel’s 40 foot containers which spilled out white and yellow smoke. Authorities dispatched the fire boat Duy Dong 2 to the scene, but the blaze was larger than the fire fighters could battle. Fire fighters continued to fight the blaze and was able to get it under control. There was some concerns that the fire could spread to the 700 containers still on board which contain dangerous and hazardous chemicals.