On November 13, the 18 meter long fishing vessel Moray went aground in Tin Cay Bay near Teebar Creek, Australia. The Moray had suffered steering failure and went aground during high tide. When the tide receded, the fishing vessel rolled over onto its side and filled with water. No reports of injuries. Initial attempts to refloat the vessel failed resulting in the Moray embedded further into the seabed. Authorities placed booms around the vessel to prevent any fuel released into the surrounding bay. Authorities have reported that salvage plans would take a week or longer.