The 169 meter long container ship Flottbek ran aground on the Kiel Canal near Oldenbüttel, Germany. The Flottbek was en route to Rotterdam from Gdynia when it suffered engine failure and ran onto an embankment. A tug was dispatched to the scene and was able to aid the Flottbek to refloat itself. The Flottbek was able to continue on its voyage under its own power. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 169 meter long, 15933 dwt container ship Flottbek allided with a quay at Bremerhaven. The Flottbek was attempting to dock when it struck the quay. The vessel’s hull was punctured while the quay suffered some damage. No reports of injuries or pollutoin released. The Flottbek was allowed to proceed and departed for Hamburg.
The 15933 dwt boxship Flottbek had left Hamburg bound for Klaipeda when it went aground on the Elbe River near Lühe Sand, Germany. The vessel was refloated later that day and proceeded back to Hamburg to be inspected. No reports of damage or pollution being release. The Flottbek proceed the next day for Klaipeda.