Keeping a good look out...
On June 29th the crew of the tanker Pavit were evacuated 110 miles from the Oman coast, having reported total engine failure and flooding below decks.
All 13 on board were rescued by another tanker, the Jagpusha, at the request of the MRCC in Falmouth. The Pavit was left, believed to be well on the way to sinking.
A month later and the ship was still afloat, having drifted unmanned in the high seas. It was carried into what is described as a secure seaway off Mumbai, which is patrolled by the Indian Navy, Coastguard and Marine Police. Locals on the Juhu beach reported the tanker as it was about to ground.