The 53 meter long, 321 dwt ro-ro ferry Frisia VII went aground near Juist, Germany. The vessel had driven off course by strong winds and became stuck in the surrounding marsh. A lifeboat from the DGzRS arrived on scene, but was unable to pull the Frisia VII free. Later at high tide, the lifeboat was able to pull the ferry free. The vessels proceeded to Juist. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 182 meter long, 65125 dwt tanker Stena Primorsk went aground on the Hudson River near Stuyvesant, New York. The vessel departed from Albany with a cargo of light crude when it went aground. The vessel was able to refloat itself a short time later and proceeded to an anchorage off Stuyvesant. The Coast Guard was notified of the grounding. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.