The 70 meter long, 460 dwt ro-ro ferry Torgtind went ashore at a pier in Igerøy, Norway. The Torgtind had been moored at its berth in Igerøy when strong winds broke the mooring lines allowing the ferry to drift ashore. No injuries to the five crew on board who were asleep at the time of the incident. The Torgtind was refloated the next high tide with the assistance of the vessel Harald V. The vessel was undergo inspection for any damages. No reports of pollution being released.