The passenger ship Voyager ran aground on Little Island near Juneau, Alaska. The Voyager was on a day cruise with 14 passengers went it ran aground. The vessel contacted the Coast Guard who dispatched a 25 foot long response boat to the scene. The Coast Guard assisted in transferring the 14 passengers off the Voyager to another nearby tour boat. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. The Voyager was later refloated and escorted to Auke Bay.
The 52 meter long ro-ro passenger ferry Christine allided with a pole near the harbor on Fejø Island, Denmark. The Christine had become disabled after a lightning strike while making the crossing in heavy rain and strong winds. The ferry was unable to slow down and struck a pole near the ferry landing. No reports of injuries or pollution released. Reports state the Christine was taken out of service for repairs.