On February 5, the 25 meter long, 90 gt high speed ferry Lovund Superior ran aground near Lurøya, Norway. The Lovund Superior was proceeding with 3 people on board when it struck a reef and went hard aground. The Lovund Superior sustained hull damage resulting in water ingress. A distress call was sent out with the ferry Regine Normann responding. The Regine Normann safely rescued all 3 off Lovund Superior. The crew was later transferred to a passing fishing vessel. No reports of injuries. Efforts to salvage the Lovund Superior began a few hours later. Multiple vessels arrived on scene along with divers to inspect the hull. No reports of pollution released. No further details reported.