The list of shipwrecks in 2013 includes all ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 2013.

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  • The cargo ship caught fire off Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland. Her crew were rescued by , which towed Fernanda in to Hafnarfjörður.
  • The tug sank in the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.
  • The gas carrier Coral Ivory collided with ''Siderfly in the Kiel Canal. Both vessels were beached.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: Three crew members drowned while four others were reported missing after their cargo vessel sank at Sanya.
  • The yacht foundered in the Baltic Sea off Öland, Sweden with the loss of one life. She was later raised, repaired and returned to service.
  • The tugboat capsized and sank while assisting the cruise ship Ocean Princess. The crew of two escaped without injuries.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: The coaster was driven ashore at Tacloban.
  • The cargo ship was driven ashore at Pamarawan, Philippines.
  • Cyclone Narelle: The 1979-built cement carrier sank in the Flores Sea off Indonesia. Out of the crew of 17, six were rescued from a life raft.
  • The cargo ship collided with and sank in the Yellow Sea off the coast of South Korea. Her twelve crew were rescued by Blessing.
  • The tanker collided with in the Yangon River. She capsized and sank. Her seventeen crew were rescued.
  • The vessel, carrying asylum seekers, sank north-west of Christmas Island.
  • The cargo vessel sank after colliding with freighter south west of Methoni, Peloponnese. The bodies of two crew members were recovered by the Greek coast guard while eight crew members from the Pirireis are missing. The other vessel, ConSouth, suffered minor damage, and the entire crew of the vessel is safe.
  • Typhoon Wipha: The cargo ship was driven ashore on Iturup, Kuril Islands.
  • The passenger ship sank at Sunapee Harbor, New Hampshire.
  • The cargo ship was in collision with off Hong Kong and sank. Her twelve crew were rescued.
  • The ferry caught fire in the Luzon Strait north of Babuyan Island, Philippines and was abandoned by her crew.
  • The cargo ship crashed into the harbour control tower at the Port of Genoa, Italy, killing at least seven people.
  • The passenger ship caught fire at Chalkis, Greece. Her skeleton crew of five survived. Ocean Countess was consequently scrapped.
  • The cargo ship sprang a leak and was beached at Riva, Beykoz, Turkey.
  • The coaster foundered in the Aegean Sea off Karpathos, Greece with the loss of one of her six crew.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: The ferry was driven ashore at Mandue.
  • The chemical tanker caught fire off Civitanova Marche. The crew of twelve was evacuated.
  • The passenger ferry was beached on Keaw Island. Her 115 passengers were rescued by Pichanon .
  • The ro-ro ferry ran aground off Dumaguete. All 228 passengers were rescued.
  • The tug foundered off the coast of Nigeria. Eleven of the 12 crew were lost; a single survivor was rescued by divers from the submerged wreck.
  • The brigantine foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off Reykjanes, Iceland. All twelve people on board were rescued by the Icelandic Coast Guard.
  • The support vessel sank in the Atlantic Ocean off Beberibe, Brazil following a fire in the engine room. Her fifteen crew were evacuated before the ship sank.
  • The 1983-built bulk carrier foundered in the South China Sea off Cape Bolinao, Philippines with the loss of fifteen of her crew.
  • The schooner was reported to be west of New Zealand. No further trace, presumed foundered with the loss of all seven crew. She was on a voyage from Opua, New Zealand to Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.
  • The cargo ship was destroyed by fire off Bocas de Cenizas. Her eight crew were rescued.
  • The fish factory ship caught fire in the Southern Ocean off the coast of Antarctica. All 90 crew were rescued by the fishing vessel Juvel . Kai Xin was taken in tow by a Chilean Navy tug.
  • A ship carrying asylum-seekers from Iraq, Iran, Sri Lanka and Syria sank near the West Java town of Cidaun, Indonesia with the loss of at least four people. An unknown number are missing.
  • The cargo ship ran aground off Haimao Island, China and was abandoned by her fifteen crew.
  • The container ship sustained a crack in her hull off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. Four passengers were taken off by helicopter while her 20 crew members remained on board. Temporary repairs were performed in Newfoundland.
  • Typhoon Wipha: The cargo ship was beached off Paramushir, Kuril Islands.
  • The cargo ship foundered off Shandong.
  • The cargo ship ran aground at Lüderitz, Namibia.
  • The cargo ship sank at Rhodes, Greece.
  • The ferry sank at Port Klang.
  • The tanker ran aground at Tan-Tan, Morocco.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: The ferry sank at Cebu.
  • The tug foundered off Merida, Leyte. Her crew were rescued.
  • The restaurant ship foundered in a storm while at anchor at Svestad, Norway. The ship's aft section was submerged, while the bow remained above water. In April 2014, Innvik, which had been found to be damaged beyond economic repair, was sent to Fredrikshavn in Denmark for scrapping. The breaking of the vessel commenced in July 2014.
  • Cyclone Phailin: The cargo ship foundered in the Bay of Bengal south of Haldia, India. Her eighteen crew were rescued.
  • The survey vessel founderd in the Gulf of Mexico off Mobile, Alabama. Her twelve crew were rescued.
  • The disused Type 42 destroyer sank while moored at Puerto Belgrano.
  • The 1993-built bulk carrier ran aground and broke in two off Busan in the Japan Sea. The forward section sank to a depth of about .
  • The former hotel ship sank off Poland while it was being towed from Rostock, Germany to Klaipėda, Lithuania, for scrapping.
  • The cruise ship, which was derelict in the Atlantic Ocean, is thought to have foundered towards the end of the month.
  • The passenger ferry foundered off Sulu. All nineteen people on board were rescued by the Philippine Coast Guard and Philippine Navy.
  • The cargo ship collided with in the Gulf of Tonkin and sank. All fourteen crew were rescued.
  • The ro-ro ship had a fire in her engine room. She was consequently scrapped.
  • The tug capsized and sank at Izmir with the loss of ten lives.
  • The cargo ship suffered an engine room fire off Al Khums, Libya. She was consequently scrapped.
  • The vessel struck the tugboat Christos XXII, by which she was towed, in the English Channel off Hope's Nose, Devon, United Kingdom. While their ship was holed, all eight crew of Christos XXII were rescued by the Exmouth and Torbay Lifeboats. Emsstrom, which was unmanned, later sank.
  • Tropical Storm Bebinca: The cargo ship foundered in the Gulf of Tonkin off Hainan Island. Her crew were rescued.
  • The jack up drilling rig, positioned between the coasts of Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo, near the mouth of the Congo River, due to the collapsing of the seabed under one of the three legs, suddenly tilted and suffered hull damages. At 10.30 AM CEST, the rig capsized and sank in approximately 40 metres of water.
  • The ran aground in the Julianehåb Fjord and was seriously damaged.
  • The cargo ship foundered in the Luzon Strait, 20 crew were rescued by .
  • The ro-ro cargo ship capsized and sank near Mandaue. All 25 people on board survived.
  • the Chinese boats sank in the South China Sea due to effects from Typhoon Wutip; 74 people are missing.
  • The cargo ship foundered in the South China Sea off Busan, South Korea. Her seventeen crew were rescued.
  • The passenger ferry ran aground on Molène, Finistère. All 365 passengers were rescued by Société Nationale de Sauvetage en Mer lifeboats and by helicopter. Fromveur II was later refloated.
  • The cargo ship exploded and sank in the East China Sea off Namhae Island, South Korea. Her ten crew were rescued, nine by and one by a South Korean Coast Guard helicopter.
  • A ship carrying asylum-seekers overturned from Christmas Island.
  • The supply vessel struck a rock and foundered off Mawgyi, Burma. Her crew were rescued.
  • The ship ran aground off Busan, South Korea and broke in two.
  • The tug was scuttled in the Mediterranean Sea off Sliema as an artificial reef.
  • A ship carrying migrants capsized in international waters near the island of Lampedusa with the loss of 27 people. At least 221 people were saved by a Maltese search and rescue operation.
  • The tug sank in the Mississippi near New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • The cargo ship foundered off Borneo with the loss of one of her twelve crew.
  • The cargo ship capsized at Cayeli with the loss of one of her eleven crew.
  • The towboat struck a submerged object and sank in the Mississippi River. Her nine crew survived.
  • The 2010-built coastal tanker sank in the Java Sea in heavy weather. The crew of 15 was saved.
  • The tug foundered in the Pacific Ocean west of Point Sur, California. All four crew were rescued by the United States Coast Guard.
  • The container ship capsized and sank off Shanghai with the loss of five of her sixteen crew.
  • The ferry foundered off Masbate with the loss of seven lives.
  • The cargo ship collided with west of Izu, Shizuoka and capsized with the loss of six of her crew.
  • The cargo ship capsized and sank in Bohai Bay off Longkou with the loss of thirteen of her fourteen crew.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: The ro-ro ferry was driven ashore at Mandaue.
  • The suffered an onboard explosion and sank at Mumbai.
  • The bulk carrier with a load of 330 tonnes of heavy fuel and 15,000 tonnes of rice ran aground in the Goukamma Estuary, on the
  • The cargo ship sank off the coast of Antalya likely due to improperly secured cargo. The crew of eleven was evacuated.
  • The ferry suffered a lost propeller and consequently capsized at Calapan City. All on board were rescued.
  • The cargo ship was driven ashore at Aveiro, Portugal. Her six crew were rescued by lifeboat.
  • The passenger ferry caught fire in the Marmara Sea off Istanbul. Her passengers and crew were transferred to . Several people were injured.
  • The offshore supply vessel collided with the fishing vessel Vertrouwen and sank in the North Sea off Den Helder, North Holland with the loss of three of her five crew.
  • The cargo ship foundered at Pohang, South Korea with the loss of nine of her nineteen crew.
  • St Jude storm: The RO-RO ferry was driven ashore at Karlskrona, Sweden.
  • Typhoon Utor: The cargo ship foundered south west of Hong Kong. Her 21 crew were rescued by search-and-rescue helicopters.
  • The cargo ship collided with at Chittagong and sank in shallow water. Abdullah was severely damaged.
  • The cargo ship foundered in the Black Sea off the mouth of the Danube. Her eleven crew were rescued.
  • The cargo ship collided with a bridge near Nanching and sank in the Yangtze River. Her eighteen crew were rescued.
  • The sank off Wonsan with the loss of at least 20 of her crew. The ship collided with a Korean People's Navy patrol boat, which also sank.
  • The cargo ship collided with in the Taiwan Strait and was severely damaged. She was abandoned by her twelve crew.
  • The cargo ship was in collision with off Vung Tao, Vietnam and sank. Her nineteen crew were rescued.
  • The passenger ship capsized and sank with the loss of one life.
  • The tanker was driven ashore at Ulsan. Her eleven crew were rescued.
  • The cargo ship ran aground off Tekirdağ. She was declared a total loss.
  • The cargo ship ran aground in the Azov Sea off Eysk, Russia. She was still aground five days later.
  • The tanker collided with the quayside and sank at Ternate.
  • The cargo ship was driven ashore at Ulsan. Her crew were rescued.
  • Typhoon Haiyan: The tug capsized and sank at Consolacion, Cebu. She was later salvaged.
  • The supply vessel collided with an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico off Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana and sank. All 23 people on board were rescued.
  • The tanker was driven ashore at Ulsan. Her crew were rescued.
  • The chemical tanker suffered an engine room fire in the Malacca Strait and was abandoned with the loss of one of her 23 crew. Survivors were rescued by Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency boats.
  • The former Hurtigruten coaster with 21 people on board ran aground in the Karmsund strait, Norway.
  • sinks off the coast of Lampedusa with approximately 500 migrants on board, killing at least 300.
  • An aircraft spotted the submerged hull of a ship north of Christmas Island, which was carrying at least fifty-five asylum seekers.
  • The 1973-built ferry collided with at Cebu and sank with the loss of at least 116 lives. The ship was carrying 752 passengers and 118 crew at the time of the sinking.
  • The cargo ship partially sank in the Bay of Guanabara off Rio de Janeiro following the theft of copper from her engine room.
  • The 1974-built general cargo ship ran aground off Sharjah due to engine failure. The vessel was declared total loss and scrapped on site.
  • The vessel sank off Port Sultan Qaboos, Oman, with a cargo of 816 tons of bitumen which spilled to the sea. Nine Indian crewmen were rescued while the Iranian captain was found dead.
  • The bulk carrier ran aground in the east coast of South Africa after departing Richards Bay Coal Terminal with a full cargo of coal. The crew of 23 were rescued, but the 1996-built, vessel suffered a structural failure amidships and broke into three. The bow section was refloated and scuttled in December 2014. The midsection was buried on site in September 2015 and the stern section was refloated and scuttled in October 2013.
  • The cargo ships collided in the Minjiang River. Both vessels sank; eight of the ten crew of Yong De Sheng 168 were killed.
  • The cargo ship suffered structural failure of her hull and foundered in the Indian Ocean off the Lackshadweep Islands, India. Her 22 crew were rescued by .
  • Crew of seventeen was forced to abandon vessel some northeast of Mauritius after one of the containers onboard caught fire. Her crew were rescued by .
  • The cargo ship caught fire off the Spratly Islands and was abandoned by her 26 crew, who were rescued by .
  • The tanker capsized and sank off Little Liouchiou, Taiwan. Her crew were rescued.
  • The fishing vessel sank off Lizard Point, Cornwall, United Kingdom. There was no loss of life.
  • The cargo ship was severely damaged by fire off the mouth of the Yangtze. Her 23 crew were rescued.
  • The cargo ship foundered in the Gulf of Tonkin off Hai Phong. Her eight crew were rescued.
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  • The list of shipwrecks in 2013 includes all ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 2013. (en)
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