On June 20, the 42 meter long fishing vessel Eivind became disabled near Thorshavn, Faroe Islands. The trawler had suffered engine failure and went adrift. Authorities dispatched vessels to the scene which were able to attach a towline to the disabled Eivind. The vessels then proceeded into Thorshavn where the Eivind docked for repairs. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 110 meter long self-propelled barge Julien allided with the bridge over the Waal River at Nijmegen, Netherlands. The Julien was en route to Germany with a cargo of coal when it lost its rudder and went adrift. The barge drifted until it crashed into one of the pillars of the bridge. No reports of injuries or pollution released. Reports state that river traffic was not blocked and train traffic over the bridge was allowed, but only at a reduced speed. Authorities have launched a search for the rudder and have started an investigation into the incident.
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.