The shipping giant ship that sank off the coast of Mexico has been moved to a new berth for the first time in more than a year.

The ship, which was on the way to an international shipping hub in Canada, was lost on April 14.

But the vessel was not found until May, when the ship sank off California.

It was being towed in an open boat, with some cargo, to the newly opened terminal.

The cargo ship, known as the Sea King, was carrying more than 1,000 tonnes of cargo, including several containers, the Los Angeles Times reported.

It is the latest in a string of accidents on the ice-bound ships.

In March, an ice-freighter sank off Newfoundland, after a fire broke out in a lifeboat.

In August, an oil tanker capsized in a lake in Alaska, killing 11 people.

In the meantime, Canada’s Transportation Safety Board has issued more than 10,000 safety warnings about the ship.

In January, a ship carrying some 1,500 tonnes of fuel oil collided with another ice-breaking ship off the coasts of California and Florida, killing a captain and a crew.