The 90 meter long cement carrier Cemluna went aground outside the port of Aabenraa, Denmark. The Cemluna had departed from Aalborg when the crew made a navigation error causing the cargo vessel to run aground. No reports of injuries. Divers were requested to make a survey of the vessel. No reports of pollution released.
The 179 meter long ro-ro passenger ferry Pride of York allided with a gate while passing the King George lock in Hull, England. The ferry suffered a small gash some 6 meters above the waterline. The vessel was forced to return to port to make repairs and be inspected. The vessel was delayed for 12 hours The vessel had 230 passengers initially, but 168 cancelled and disembarked. The Pride of York was able to later sail to Zeebrugge.