The 115 meter long, 1645 dwt four-masted barque Kruzenshtern allided with two berthed Icelandic Coastguard vessels in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Kruzenshtern had struck the 71 meter long patrol boatTýr and the 94 meter long patrol boat Þór while doing a failed maneuver. No damage was reported on either Coastguard vessel. No reports to the cause of the allision. On August 4, 2014 the Kruzenshtern ran down a tug near Fanö Island off Esbjerg, Denmark.
seglskipRússneskt seglskip siglir á Varðskipin Týr og Þór í Reykjavíkurhöfn 11.júní 2015
On June 9, the 23 meter long, 197 dwt fishing vessel Bear Cove Point sank on the Georges Bank some 175 kilometers from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The vessel had sprung a leak in the propulsion system and requested assistance. Several nearby fishing vessels came to the assistance and tried to transfer pumps to the Bear Cove Point, but the flooding could not be stopped. The Bear Cove Point sank in 20 meters of water. All four crew on board the vessel were safely rescued. No reports of injuries. Reports state the vessel was valued at $700,000 (Canadian). Authorities have dispatched a team to investigate the incident.