A Russian trawler alongside a wharf in Norway for afloat repairs got damaged and sank during a severe storm in 2011:
After lots of legal wrangling the owner of the wharf eventually decided to arrange for the removal of the wrack himself, but the first two attempts failed due to lack of power.
Last night the operation succeeded. Island Offshore made two of their V-Class AHTS available to turn the wreck and move it into deeper waters in the nearby fjord. With 2 x 22000 Bhp available they had no power problems.
Here is a report from the local TV broadcaster, incl. video of the brief appearance of part of the wreck above water: