'Typhoon Jelawat' formed to the east of the Philippines in late September and meandered north before passing over Japan on the 1st of October.
|Typhoon Jelawat's path|
The engines are shipped with the pistons and conrods hanging up inside, and securing wires broke causing the rods to swing and damage sides of the crankcase.
Both engines are being shipped back to Korea for repair by the Manufacturers and the Shipyard has declared Force Majeure, allowing them to delivery the last vessels late and without penalty.
|Tailshafts broke free|
|Crankcase door impact damage|
|Surface joining entablature and bedplate deformed|
|Exhaust gas receiver damaged|
|Engine will be returned to Korea|
The Antipodean Mariner