The 274 meter long, 157,740 dwt tanker Dimitris P allided with a dock at Rotterdam, Netherlands. The tanker had allided with a bollard resulting in a large dent along the starboard side of the hull. No reports of injuries or pollution released.
The 172 meter long, 21250 dwt freighter Statengracht from Rauma with a cargo of wood pellets collided with the 88 meter long, 4173 dwt freighter Katre in the Baltic Sea near Ruegen, Germany. The Katre was en route to Stralsund from Oresund when it struck into the port side of the Statengracht. The Statengracht’s cargo hull was breached resulting with water ingress. The crew were able to get the flooding under control with the vessel’s pumps, but the vessel developed a 10 degree list. A lifeboat and an anti-pollution vessel responded to the scene. The vessels escorted the Statengracht to Rostock where it safely berthed. The Katre proceeded to Mukran where it was detained. No reports of injuries on either vessel. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident. Reports state the cause of the collision was human error and that weather was not a factor.
The 169 meter long, 15933 dwt container ship Flottbek allided with a quay at Bremerhaven. The Flottbek was attempting to dock when it struck the quay. The vessel’s hull was punctured while the quay suffered some damage. No reports of injuries or pollutoin released. The Flottbek was allowed to proceed and departed for Hamburg.