The 88 meter long general cargo ship Hanoi ran aground at the entrance of the Neuhöfer Canal in Hamburg, Germany. The Hanoi was proceeding from Hvide Sande in dense fog when the vessel ran onto the embankement and a sheet pile wall. The stem of the vessel sustained damage 4 meters along the starboard and 3 meters along the port side. The hull at the forepeak suffered a crack and water ingress. The vessel’s pump was able to contain the flooding. The piling also sustained some damage. No reports of injuries or pollution released. The water police detained the Hanoi and launched an investigation into the incident.