The 34 foot long fishing vessel Marisol II collided during the night with the 15 meter long fishing vessel Tasa 147 off Pisco, Peru. The crewman at the wheel on the Tasa 147 had fallen asleep allowing the Tasa 147 to strike into the side of the Marisol II. The Marisol II crew was asleep and only 3 of the 15 crew were able to escape before the fishing vessel capsized. Authorities were later to recover 9 bodies from the Marisol II. The Peruian Navy and Coast Guard conducted a search and rescue mission to locate the missing 3 crew. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.
The 67 meter long self-propelled barge Nelly V ran aground on the IJssel near De Steeg, Netherlands. The Nelly V, loaded with a cargo of gravel, had grounded into a shallows after it had veered too far to allow another vessel to pass. Initial attempts to refloat the Nelly V failed. These attempts caused the barge to block part of the fairway. A dredger was requested and lightered part of the cargo before a tug was finally able to pull the Nelly V free. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 85 meter long self-propelled barge Karin ran aground on the Danube near Deggendorf, Germany. The current pulled the Karin until it was perpendicular to the river blocking traffic. The barge was later refloated with the rising water level. No reports of injuries or pollution released. The Karin proceeded to Deggendorf where the vessel was to be inspected. The Karin was en route to Bulgaria from Amsterdam with 560 tons of fertilizer.