The ferry Herlaug went adrift when it sustained engine failure while sailing between Lund and Hofles, Norway. The ferry with 26 people on board was pushed by a strong northwesterly wind towards a nearby fish farm. Before the Herlaug would crash into the facility, the farm sent out a boat to help the crew secure the Herlaug. The rescue boat Harald V reached the Herlaug a short time later and took it under tow back to the ferry terminal at Hofles, Norway. No reports of any injuries or pollution being released. The Herlaug was reported taken out of service.