The 42 meter long, 500 dwt motor vessel Havtrans suffered a fire in the engine room while off Engelvaer, Norway. The JRCC of Northern Norway was contacted and they dispatched a helicopter along with two lifeboats, Norske Veritas and Kaptein Skaugen, from Bodo to the scene. Firefighters boarded the Havtrans and were able to extinguish the fire shortly afterwards. None of the four crew on board the Havtrans were injured. The Havtrans was taken under tow by the lifeboat Veritas and proceeded to Svolvaer. The Havtrans is called a well-boat vessel. A well boat is designed to transport live fish.