The 81 meter long, 2325 dwt cargo ship Vestvind ran aground near Bjorøy, Norway. The vessel notified authorities it was aground with no injuries to the seven crew. The NSSR dispatched a lifeboat to the scene. The lifeboat Kristian G. Jebsen attempted to pull the Vestvind free, but failed. Next, the Coastguard vessel Tor arrived and its first attempt to refloat the Vestvind also failed. However, a few hours later, the Tor was able to free the Vestvind. No reports of damage or pollution released. Divers were requested to inspect the hull.
The 81 meter long, 2325 dwt freighter Vestvind went aground in the Svendborg Sound near Svendborg, Denmark. The vessel was able to be refloated with the aid of a tug during the high tide later the same day. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. The Vestvind was en route to Svendborg from Mariager.
The 81 meter long, 2325 dwt freighter Vestvind went aground off Limfjord, Denmark. The Vestvind had steered off the navigation channel and struck bottom on a sandbank. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution being released. Divers were requested to do a survey of the hull. The Vestvind was en route to Skive from Norway with a cargo of gravel.