The 76 meter long service supply vessel Princess Marseilles struck the 260 meter long, 6,500 dwt passenger cruise ship Mein Schiff 1 in the port of Bergen, Norway. The Princess Marseilles was attempted to moor by backing into the port, but the vessel suffered a technical fault and the thrusters could not be stopped. The stern of the Princess Marseilles struck into the bow of the Mein Schiff 1. The Mein Schiff 1 sustained minimal damage, but the Princess Marseilles sustained some damage. Passengers reported a big bang and black smoke when the two vessels struck. The Mein Schiff 1 had scratches along its bow around 8 meters above the waterline. No reports of injuries. Reports state the Mein Schiff 1 will depart as planned and there were no delays due to the the collision. The Princess Marseilles was later towed to Jekteviken.
The 124 meter long river passenger cruise ship aRosa Mia struck a bridge across the Danube at the Jochenstein lock. The aRosa Mia was on a scheduled cruise from Budapest to Passau when it arrived at the lock. As the vessel was departing from the lock, its wheelhouse still raised above the deck. As the passenger ship passed under the bridge over the lock, the wheelhouse smashed into the bridge and was destroyed. No reports of injuries. The disabled aRosa Mia was moored a short distance along the river shoreline. The 192 passengers on board were taken ashore and continued their journey by coach. The aRosa Mia will be towed to Linz for repairs. Damage has been estimated to be over 150,000 Euros. The water police has launched an investigation into the incident.
On August 7, 2014, the 50 meter long fishing vessel Lilly Johanne capsized off a quay in a shipyard in Çeliktrans near Istanbul, Turkey. The Lilly Johanne was undergoing completion after being launched in January 2014 when it capsized onto its port side. Booms were placed around the fishing vessel to contain any pollution released. Reports state damage to be significant. No reports of injuries.