The 96 meter long, 972 dwt ro-ro ferry Langeland went aground in dense fog near Taars, Denmark. The ferry was on its scheduled crossing between Taars and Spodbjerg when it veered out of the channel as the fog reduced visibility to near zero. No reports of injuries to the 24 persons on board. The Langeland was able to refloat itself later the same day and proceeded to Taars under it own power. The Langeland was pulled out of service while divers surveyed the hull for any damage.