The 157 meter long, 19800 dwt tanker Ginaldag allided with the lock wall in the Kiel Canal at Burnsbuettel, Germany. The Ginaldag was en route to Gdansk from Hamburg when it suffered a technical fault and struck the lock wall. The tanker swung perpendicular to the lock before striking the stern of the 136 meter long, 9682 dwt cargo vessel Arklow Muse. The Ginaldag was towed from the lock and taken to a nearby berth. The Arklow Muse was allowed to continue through the canal to Kiel. The cargo ship was detained as it was to far damaged to proceed further. The Ginaldag was detained by the water police while they investigate the incident. No reports of injuries or pollution released.