A San Diego-based guided-missile cruiser collided with a fishing vessel in international waters Tuesday.
USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) was conducting routine operations when the collision occurred at 11:50 a.m. local time, according to officials with Carrier Strike Group 1.
The fishing vessel from South Korea, described as 60 to 70 feet long, collided with the cruiser's port side.
No one was injured and both ships were able to navigate under their own power.
The incident is under investigation by both U.S. Navy and South Korea Coast Guard.
Lake Champlain is part of the Carl Vinson Strike Group which is currently on a Western-Pacific Deployment.
USS Carl Vinson Strike Group deployed in January to take part in an operational construct that hasn't been carried out by the U.S. Navy since World War II.
In April, USS Carl Vinson moved immediately to the Korean Peninsula in an interview last week following increased tensions with North Korea.