The ship was tied up in Argentia in September 2014 after running into engine troubles offshore.
On Saturday, after three years of being stranded in Newfoundland, the crew of 11 people set sail for Romania.
The ship, now called the MV Baby Leeyn, made it 12 kilometres offshore before experiencing engine troubles and setting adrift again in rough seas.
While adrift, the ship's crew continued efforts to fix the engines. The Coast Guard told them to draw up an emergency response plan, which resulted in the crew calling for a tugboat.
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Woodford said a second tugboat contracted by the Canadian Coast Guard, the Placentia Hope, had secured the MV Baby Leeyn, and that it is anchored in 20 metres of water about 2.6 kilometres from land.
I'm sensing a pattern here.