On September 9, the 83 meter long, 1400 dwt ro-ro passenger ferry Salish ran aground in Admiralty Bay near the port of Keystone, Washington. The ferry had departed from Port Townsend bound for Keystone when it grounded in the harbor. The Salish was able to free itself, but the ferry had sustained damage. Divers were dispatched and found the Salish had sustained rudder damage. No reports of injuries to passengers or crew. The Salish was taken out of service and tugs escorted the ferry to Port Townsend where it will undergo repairs.
On September 15, the 89 meter long, 3584 dwt cargo vessel Princess Vanessa ran aground in Manila Bay near Tanza, Philippines. The cargo vessel had been at anchor when strong winds from Typhoon Mangkhut caused the anchor to drag. Reports state the cargo vessel went ashore just off the beach at Tanza. No further details were reported.