On November 30, the 45 meter long fishing vessel Stefnir collided with an iceberg near Dýrafirði, Iceland. The trawler was in shallow water when it struck the iceberg head-on. The Stefnir suffered dents above the water and parts of the iceberg fell onto the vessel’s desk. No reports of injuries or pollution released. The Stefnir returned to Ísafjarðar to be inspected.
On November 30, the 42 meter long, 179 dwt ro-ro passenger ferry Norcon Galatea ran aground near Pilley’s Island, Newfoundland, Canada. The ferry was en route to Little Bay Islands with six passengers and five vehicles when it ran into issues and went aground. The ferry was able to refloat itself and returned to Pilley’s Island. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. A few days later reports stated the vessel was allowed to continue its normal operations.
On November 30, the 225 meter long, 75756 dwt bulk carrier Navios Sagittarius ran aground on the Paraná River near San Lorenzo, Argentina. The Navios Sagittarius attempted to refloat itself, but was unsuccessful. A tug was requested to help refloat the vessel. No reports of injuries or pollution released.