On April 20, the 176 meter long ro-ro passenger ferry Huckleberry Finn allided with a quay in Trelleborg, Sweden. The ferry had suffered rudder failure just before it struck the quay. No reports of injuries to the passengers and crew on board. The ferry sustained damage to its rudder and was taken out of service for repairs. No reports of pollution released.
On April 18, the 89 meter long, 2755 dwt cargo vessel allided in the port of Kaliningrad, Russia. The vessel had arrived from Baltiysk and was maneuvering to berth when it struck a concrete pontoon. The Samur 3 suffered a small hull breach above the waterline. No reports of injuries or pollution released.
The 138 meter long, 4038 dwt cargo vessel M. Andreev allided with two vessels at the anchorage at Azov, Russia. The M. Andreev was passing through the anchorage when it suffered steering gear failure. The M. Andreev struck the bow of the anchored 139 meter long cargo vessel Aleksandr Lebed and the stern of the anchored 128 meter long cargo vessel Rusich 2.
All three vessels sustained only slight damage and there were no reports of water ingress. There were no reports of injuries or pollution released. Local authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.