On June 28, the 77 meter long, 2091 dwt tanker Freyja ran aground at Svartskjæret off Florø, Norway. The Freyja was proceeding in ballast when it ran aground near where the vessel Ingvild had run aground the day before. Tugs were dispatched and pulled the Freyja free the following day. No reports of injuries to the 11 crew, damage or pollution released. The Freyja proceeded to Florø for inspection.
On June 1, the 35 meter long fishing vessel Lise Beate became disabled off Honningsvåg, Norway. The Lise Beate had become disabled after a net fouled the vessel’s propeller. With the fishing vessel adrift, the crew requested assistance. The NSSR responded and dispatched the rescue boat Odin to the scene. The Odin was able to tow the Lise Beate back to Honningsvåg a few hours later. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. Reports state the net was later cleared and the Lise Beate proceeded under her own power to Gjesvær.
The 60 meter long fishing vessel Havborg ran aground in the Tromsøy Sound near Solstrand, Norway. The Havborg had stranded on a sandbank on the receding tide. The trawler requested assistance with the NSSR lifeboat responding. The lifeboat failed to pull the lifeboat free during low tide and had to wait several hours until the rising tide allowed for another attempt. The following morning the Havborg was pulled free. Divers inspected the hull and found no damage. No reports of injuries or pollution released.