A number of high-end cars have been driven off the stricken carrier Hoegh Osaka this morning.
The 51,000-tonne ship has a cargo for 1,400 cars and 105 pieces of construction equipment worth a total of £60 million.
The Singapore-registered vessel is moored at Berth 101 in Southampton Port after being deliberately beached on Bramble Bank sandbank on January 3.
The ship had to be beached after it began listing after leaving port.
An attempt could be made tomorrow to refloat a car carrier which was deliberately stranded on a sandbank.
It's been revealed the 51,000 tonne car transporter, Heogh Oskar, was in danger of capsizing in one of the UK's busiest shipping lanes.