The 49 meter long, 463 dwt fishing vessel Lavinniy capsized while berthed in Busan, South Korea. Reports state the vessel had undergone repairs and a pipe had been cut off in the engine room resulting in water ingress. The Lavinniy capsized and partially sank with its starboard hull resting on the bottom. No reports of injuries. The trawler is to be refloated a few days later allowing other fishing vessels to leave port.
On June 8, the 23 meter long fishing vessel Gloire A Marie III struck the pierhead at the entrance to the port of Boulogne, France. The pier was under construction and was the signal lights had been removed when the trawler struck. The bulbous bow hit the pier foundation and part of the hull was punctured by the rocks resulting in water ingress. No reports of injuries or pollution released. A lifeboat was alerted and escorted the Gloire A Marie III into port. The trawler proceeded to a shipyard and pulled into a dry dock for repairs.