The containership HAT I (10,832DWT, built 1987) suffered a main engine breakdown while in the Bay of Bengal, was unable to repair the main engine at sea and was adrift. Five Oceans Salvage was awarded the LOF on 12th December 2008. As a first response, salvors contracted and mobilised tug VOGO II that was ballasting nearby, to standby the casualty and hold her in position to prevent her from drifting to the Andaman Islands that were only few miles away. At the same time, salvors also mobilised own tug CORAL SEA FOS from Singapore to take over the tow. CORAL SEA FOS met with the convoy on 16th December, VOGO II was released and CORAL SEA FOS started towing to Singapore. Due to casualty’s constant sheering during the tow, salvor’s also mobilised their tug ARABIAN SEA FOS from Singapore to meet with the convoy at the entrance of Malaca Straits and act as steering tug through the dense traffic and narrow paths to Singapore. The vessel was finally redelivered to her Owners in Johor Bahru, Malaysia on 28th December 2008.