The fishing vessel Chief Charles Paul went ashore near Digby Cut, Nova Scotia, Canada. The vessel had gone aground on a rocky beach and was left high and dry when the tide went out. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. The Canadian Coast Guard cutter Westport arrived on scene. A few hours later during the next high tide, another fishing vessel was able to pull the Chief Charles Paul off the beach. The Chief Charles Paul was able to proceed under its own power to Digby Harbour.