On January 11, the 110 foot long tug Lumberman went aground off Norway Point, Juneau, Alaska. The tug had been moored in the Gastineau Channel when the tug dragged its anchor before drifting aground. No reports of injuries. The Coast Guard and local authorities monitored the Lumberman and contracted with a private companies to free the tug. The following day the Lumberman was pulled free and towed to a nearby dock. Reports state the Lumberman was a derelict and a disposal plan was under development. There was no fuel or oil on board the Lumberman.
The Lumberman has been a problem before. In May 2019, the tug had broke its anchor lines and went adrift.