On July 9, the 28 meter long, 115 dwt sailing vessel Johanna ran aground off Nesottddtangen, Norway. The Johanna was on a summer cruise with 149 passengers and seven crew when it suffered water ingress. The crew was unable to stop the flooding and intentionally ran the vessel aground. All passengers and crew abandoned ship and evacuated to the shore. The Johanna continued to sink by the stern until only part of the superstructure remained above water. Built in 1892, the sailing ship was one of the oldest still in use in Norway. No reports of injuries. Authorities do not yet know what the cause of the water ingress, but have launched an investigation into the incident.