On February 28, the fishing vessel Karen Margrethe L423 allided with the Aggersund Bridge near Aalborg, Denmark. The Karen Margrethe had become trapped in an ice floe and pushed into the bridge. The fishing vessel suffered only minor damage including a broken mast. No reports of injuries as all three crew had abandoned the fishing vessel before the allision. Authorities dispatched a helicopter to the scene. Reports state the Karen Margrethe would be recovered the next day.
On November 16, the 132 meter long, 9556 dwt container ship Nuka Arctica caught fire near Aalborg, Denmark. The Nuka Arctica was headed to Nuuk, Greenland when a fire started in the engine room. The fire was quickly contained and extinguished by the crew, but the Nuka Arctica sustained damaged. The boxship redirected to Frederikshavn for repairs. Reports state the Nuka Arctica is proceeding under its own power, but at a reduced speed. No reports of injuries or pollution released.
The 69 meter long, 1663 dwt freighter Marion K went aground near the port of Løgstør, Denmark. The Marion K was headed to Aalborg from Liepaja when it got stuck on a sandbar. The vessel was able to refloat itself at high tide and proceeded to Aalborg. When the vessel was passing under the Aggersund Bridge, the Marion K allided with the bridge. No reports of damage to the bridge. The vessel reached Aalborg where it was detained by authorities. The crew were tested for alcohol which results were negative. Reports state the cause of the allision may have been due to the strong winds or rudder damage caused by the earlier grounding. Divers have been requested to do an inspection of the vessel. No reports of injuries or pollution being released.