Ferry develop a list in Bodø, Norway

This morning it was noticed that a ferry in layup in Bodø, northern Norway had developed a list:

The alarm when off at the local police, port authorities and the rescue services. The Owners, Torghatten Nord, activated crews from other ferries in port to assist in locating the reason for the list.

It was found that the reason for the list was that there had been a full spring tide during the night and the wind had pushed the boat hard against the fenders pads on the wharf.
As the tide fell the fixed fender on the ferry (known as a “gliding fender”) got stuck on top of the pads, causing the ferry to list. No water incursion, or damages, reported to the ferry or wharf. (See video in the linked article)

The wharf fenders are intended for larger vessels, such as cruise ships etc.

PS> The ferry will remain alongside, but probably with some additional fendering for spacing.

Source: Ferge har fått slagside i havna: – Vi fryktet det verste (bodonu.no)