The 140 meter long ro-ro passenger ferry Wenatchee allided with the pier at Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, Washington. Sailing on her normal schedule between Seattle and Bainbridge Island, the ferry failed to slow as it approached its berth. The Wenatchee struck hard enough to sustain a significant dent, but there was no damage to the pier. No reports of injuries or pollution released. The Wenatchee was taken out of service for repairs. Reports state there was a failure with a computer on board controlling the propulsion drive resulting in the allision.