On July 5, the 44 meter long fishing vessel Lykke Hametner suffered damage while moored at Thyborøn, Denmark. The trawler was struck by a floating dock which had broken loose by strong winds. The dock punched a hole into the port side of the hull. No reports of injuries or pollution released.
The 48170 dwt freighter Golden Trader collided with the fishing trawler Vidar off the coast of Thyborøn, Denmark. The Vidar punctured the side of the hull of the Golden Trader allowing some oil to spill into the sea. The Vidar suffered only minor damage. One crewman of the six on board the Vidar was injured in the collision. All of the 22 crew on the Golden Trader were uninjured. Several lifeboats and two cutters proceeded to the scene. The Vidar was escorted back to Thyborøn while the Golden Trader was being monitored. The cause of the collision has not been reported, but initial reports states the weather was clear.