The 10 meter long fishing vessel Hannah Beth ran ashore on the beach near Burton Bradstock, West Dorset, England. The vessel had run aground and was left high-and-dry with the outgoing tide. The crew have secured the vessel and requested a tug to assist in refloating the vessel on the following high tide. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 290 meter long container ship Wanhe ran aground off the port of Aguadulce, Columbia. The Wanhe was rounding a bend in the access channel to the terminal in Buenaventura when the Wanhe steered out of the navigation fairway. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. The Wanhe is expected to be refloated on the following high tide. The Wanhe had arrived from Manzanillo with 731 containers.
On September 21, the fishing vessel Bagration caught fire off Sakhalin, Russia. The blaze started in a storeroom containing corrugated packaging. The crew attempted to extinguish the fire and were joined by the crew of the vessel Captain Efremov. Some 20 crew men were evacuated off the Bagration. Reports state the fire was finally extinguished later the same day. No reports of injuries or pollution released.