The 74 meter long cargo vessel Havris ran aground near Averøy, Norway. The vessel was headed to Åheim from Trondheim when it ran up onto the rocks. The Havris suffered slight water ingress, but the flooding was kept under under control with the vessel’s pumps. A lifeboat arrived on scene a short time later along with a tug. A few hours later the tug pulled the Harvis free. No reports of injuries to the six crew. The Havbris proceeded to Kristiansund under its own power where it will under go surveys.
The 14 meter long fishing vessel Bøfjord caught fire near Averøy, Norway. The Bøfjord was headed to Lofoten from Ålesund when the vessel caught fire. The two crew alerted authorities who dispatched a rescue boat to the scene. The rescue boat rescued the two crew of the Bøfjord and took the fishing vessel under tow to Averøy. There the local fire brigade boarded the Bøfjord and brought the fire under control. No reports of injuries.