The 93 meter long, 3543 dwt reefer Stigfoss allided with a quay at Tromsdalen, Norway. The Stigfoss was attempting to berth when it suffered engine failure. Unable to slow down, the reefer stuck the quay. The Stigfoss suffered hull damage with a ballast tank punctured. No reports of injuries or pollution released. Local reports state the vessel will require repairs taking one to two weeks.
The 15 meter long tugboat Louise capsized on the Neches River near Port Arthur, Texas. The four crew on board the Louise were rescued by a passing vessel. No reports of injuries. Authorities dispatched a response team to the scene and found a small sheen around the upturn hull. The Louise was reported to have up to 6,000 gallons of diesel fuel along with 100 gallons of other oil and fluids on board. Traffic was stopped around the area on the Intracoastal waterway. The cause of the capsizing was not reported.
The 68 meter long, 1600 dwt fishing vessel Qavak became disabled off Iceland. The trawler had its propeller fouled and went adrift. The vessel requested assistance with the Icelandic Coast Guard vessel Thor responding. The Thor took the Qavak under tow and proceeded to Porshofn, Iceland. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.