This image shows the massive damage to Tianjin port from last week’s massive explosions, which released more than 30-tons of TNT in equivalent energy.
The explosions, the main double blasts occurring within a few seconds of each other, killed 114 people, most of them firefighters, officials said -- with many more bodies likely trapped in the rubble.
At least 57 people are still missing, according to authorities.
Around 113 vessels are anchored in the sea off Tianjin port in northern China, unable to enter the port due to damage to the port's general cargo area.
The blasts also caused the port's northern wharf to be closed to vessels carrying oil and hazardous products. There were 68 bulk carriers, 26 dry cargo and passenger ships and 11 tankers anchored outside the port on Monday morning.
The port's container operations have not been affected, with the three major container terminals in normal operation following the explosions.