The 33 meter long ro-ro passenger ferry Berlin became disabled on the Trave River near Travemünde, Germany. The Berlin had suffered engine failure and went adrift. Another ferry was dispatched and was able to assist the Berlin back to a quay in Travemünde a short time later. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released.
The 191 meter long, ro-ro cargo vessel Transpaper collided with the 36 meter long sailing vessel Lisa von Lübeck on the Trave. The Lisa von Lübeck struck into the side of Transpaper as it was departing from port. The bowsprit broke off the Lisa von Lübeck and some damage was reported on the Transpaper. No reports of injuries on either vessel. The water police has launched an investigation into the incident.
The 205 meter long, 18250 dwt ro-ro cargo vessel Pulpca allided with the quay in Travemünde, Germany. The ferry was arriving from Gdynia with 20 crew and one passenger when it steered to close to the starboard side and struck the quay along with the 186 meter long, 7000 dwt ro-ro passenger ferry Stena Flavia. The Stena Flavia sustained light damage with a rail and lifeboat damaged. The quay sustained significant damage to some equipment and buildings. No reports of injuries. The Lübeck water police detained both vessels while conducting an investigation into the incident. Reports state that visibility was limited due to fog at the time of the allision.
- Transpulp (shipwrecklog.com)