The 3500 dwt boxship Pacific Dawn became disabled off Hull, England. The vessel had a stuck valve which remained open allowing water to ingress into the ship. The water ingress quickly flooded the engine room, but the crew was able to stop the flooding before the vessel sank. No reports of injuries. The Pacific Dawn was taken under tow to Ijmuiden where the vessel will be repaired.
The 145 meter long, 12550 dwt boxship Hanjin Semarang went aground on a shoal near the entrance to the port of Chittagong, Bangledesh. The boxship was able to be refloated on the next high tide. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution being released. The Hanjin Semarang was headed to Chittagong from Port Klang with 800 containers on board.
The 129 meter long, 8260 dwt container ship Pantonio collided with the 366 meter long CMA CGM Alaska at the entrance to the Maas River near Hoek van Holland, Netherlands. The Pantonio suffered damage to its bow while the CMA CGM Alaska suffered damage including a gash at the waterline. The collision was caused when the Pantonio suffered a power blackout and lost steering. Both vessels returned to the Caland Canal. No one was injured and no reports of pollution being released.