The tall ship Fryderyk Chopin lost both its masts off the southwest coast of the Isles of Scilly. The Polish vessel was damaged by a strong gust of wind. The damage was severe enough that it needed to be towed into Falmouth Bay by a tug. No reports of injuries.
The 1000 foot freighter Indiana Harbor ran aground at the entrance to the Muskegon Channel which connects Lake Michigan with Muskegon Lake. The vessel was carrying coal to Muskegon, Michigan when it encountered shoals. The Indiana Harbor was able to be freed later the same day after unloading some cargo to a sister ship. The Reports state high winds caused sand to be push into the channel creating a sandbar.