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IMO/VIN Callsign Flag Service Year
9346744 9VLY9 SINGAPORE Tank Ship 2007
Activity# Port Date Activity - Description Deficiencies
6653634 Houston, Texas Apr 01, 19 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6633150 Houston, Texas Feb 27, 19 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
06 - Cargo Operations Including EquipmentN/A - No Subsystem
DescriptionDue DateResolved
In tankers, a system for continuous monitoring of hydrocarbon gases shall be fitted. PSCO observed fixed gas detection system for cargo pump room to be disabled. 74 SOLAS (09) II-2/4.5.10.1.3Feb 27, 19Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Feb 27, 19Witnessed crew turn system on and observed satisfactory operation.
6604287 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas Dec 31, 18 Vessel Inspection - Administrative Action
6505787 Seattle, Washington Aug 13, 18 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6201854 Seattle, Washington Jul 01, 17 Vessel Operational Control - Approved Inspection
6037869 San Pedro, California Nov 19, 16 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoVapor Control Systems
DescriptionDue DateResolved
46CFR39.2001(j) 1899 50ac Each vessel vapor control flange face must have a permantent stud protecting outward that has a 12.7 millimeter (0.5 inch) diameter (1.0 inch) long. All four vapr connection flange studs, two port side and two starboard side, have been highly damaged and are in need of replacement.Dec 19, 16Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Nov 25, 16Recieved survey report from DNV-GL attesting to the proper repairs all 04 VCS flange studs. See attached in MISLE Documents.
5749040 San Pedro, California Oct 22, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5748182 San Pedro, California Oct 22, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
EngineeringDiesel Engine (propulsion/auxiliary-electric)Damaged By Earlier Event
DescriptionDue DateResolved
74solas(04)CHII-I40.1Electrical installations shall be such that all electrical auxiliary services necessary for maintaining the ship in normal operational and habitable conditions will be ensured without recourse to the emergency source of electrical power.Vessel lost power during transit to berth from anchorage. All 3 aux. generators failed causing the vessel to run off of theemergencygenerator.Oct 21, 15Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Oct 23, 1523OCT15- Received class report attesting to the repairs of the #1,2,3 Generators.
5749381 WASHINGTON, District of Columbia Oct 21, 15 Incident Investigation - Agency Action Complete
5232722 Honolulu, Hawaii Sep 01, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5200229 Honolulu, Hawaii Jul 30, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Fire FightingEmergency Fire Pumps
DescriptionDue DateResolved
0740 - Pumps - Fire extinguishing appliance shall be readily available. The suction valve to the emergency fire pump was closed. 74 SOLAS (04) II-2 / 10.1.2Jul 30, 15Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Jul 30, 15Vessel''s crew opened valve and proved operation of the pump. Chief Engineer reinforced with the crew the existing ship''s policy that the EFP suction valve was never to be closed and made the decision to place a lock on the valve.
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoHolds/Tanks
DescriptionDue DateResolved
0915 - Signs indications - The high-level alarm and tank overfill alarm shall be identified with the legend in black letters at least 2 inches high on a white background. The legend was in black letters on a dark background. 46 CFR 39.2007Jul 31, 15Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Jul 31, 15Ship''s crew repainted the markings to comply with the specified requirement.
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoHolds/Tanks
DescriptionDue DateResolved
1840 - Instrumentation - A secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour, air, or inert gas mixtures shall be provided to prevent over-pressure or under-pressure. Alternatively, pressure sensors may be fitted in each tank. The pressure sensor on the cargo tank three port was inoperable. 74 SOLAS (04) II-2 / 11.6.3.2Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Sep 01, 15Vessel''s crew replaced faulty pressure sensor. DNV GL surveyor attended to verify repairs. USCG accepted survey statement to show deficiency is corrected.
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoInert Gas System
DescriptionDue DateResolved
1850 - Fire protection cargo deck area - The inert gas system shall be so designed and operated as to render and maintain the atmosphere of the cargo tanks non-flammable at all times. Crew was unable to prove operation of inert gas system including the testing of alarms as system was not functioning. 74 SOLAS (04) II-2 / 4.5.5.1.1 & FSS Code 15.2.1.2Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Aug 01, 15Crew diagnosed the problem with IGS as faulty wiring that was replaced. PSCO observed proper operation of IGS to include all alarms and shutdowns.
4741518 San Francisco, California Oct 26, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Accommodation/Occupational SafetyOccupational Safety
DescriptionDue DateResolved
0955: Arrangements shall be provided to enable the pilot to embark and disembark safely on either side of the ship. Vessel did not have any means of securing the pilot ladder securely against the hull. (40 ac) SOLAS 09 V/23.3.1Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Nov 04, 13Addressed and corrected to the satisfaction of the Classification Society.
4731178 San Pedro, California Oct 08, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
EngineeringSteering Gear System
DescriptionDue DateResolved
The main steering gear shall be capable of putting the rudder over from 35 degrees on one side to 35 degrees on the other side in not more 28 seconds. Steering gear experienced a Hydraulic lock and went hard starboard and would not respond. Solas 74 (04 cons ed.) Ch. II-1. Reg. 29.3.2. Action taken: 60 a/c (Rectify deficiencies prior to movement to the satisfaction of RO/RSO and the USCG.Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Oct 08, 13Received satisfactory Class Report.
4731223 WASHINGTON, District of Columbia Oct 07, 13 Incident Investigation - Agency Action Complete
4679280 San Diego, California Aug 12, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4652855 San Pedro, California Jul 14, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4647910 San Diego, California Jul 09, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4615529 San Diego, California Jun 09, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4538993 San Diego, California Feb 25, 13 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4404315 San Pedro, California Aug 15, 12 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
4127594 San Pedro, California Sep 07, 11 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
3938058 TEXAS CITY, Texas Feb 08, 11 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3823340 New Orleans, Louisiana Aug 21, 10 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3729820 Port Arthur, Texas May 03, 10 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3723972 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas Apr 26, 10 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3721621 Lake Charles, Louisiana Apr 21, 10 Vessel Inspection - Failure to Show
3677520 TEXAS CITY, Texas Feb 14, 10 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
3653603 Lake Charles, Louisiana Dec 21, 09 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3648667 Lake Charles, Louisiana Dec 16, 09 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3601223 Lewes, Delaware Sep 24, 09 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Fire FightingFire Hydrants
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Fire extinguishing appliances shall be readily available. Main deck fire monitors #3 and #4, when counted bow to stern, have leaks present at the plates that combine to provide the axis of horizontal rotation.Oct 24, 09Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Dec 21, 09MSU Lake Charles received survey report from class ( Det Norske Veritas) stating that the deficiencies applying to the #3 and #4 fire monitors had been ratified.
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoCargo Transfer/Lightering (liquid)
DescriptionDue DateResolved
The condition of the ship and it's equipment shall be maintained to conform with the provisions of the present regulations to ensure that the ship in all will remain fir to proceed to sea without danger to the ship or persons onboard. The port side emergency stop failed to shut down the cargo pumps.Sep 24, 09Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Sep 24, 09Corrected on the spot.
3600120 PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania Sep 21, 09 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3511850 SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine Jun 26, 09 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
3513061 SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine Jun 24, 09 Vessel Operational Control - Agency Action Complete
3297626 Port Arthur, Texas Aug 13, 08 Vessel Operational Control - Security Plan Approved by COTP
3268650 New Orleans, Louisiana Jul 16, 08 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3253470 TEXAS CITY, Texas Jul 01, 08 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3204570 SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine May 17, 08 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3137558 NEW HAVEN, Connecticut Jan 25, 08 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
3132224 NEW HAVEN, Connecticut Jan 17, 08 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
3127452 NEW HAVEN, Connecticut Jan 16, 08 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
Documents Issued Expires Agency
Certificate of Compliance - Tank Vessel August 11,2012 August 11,2014 N/A
Classification Document September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
COC-TVE Annual November 20,2016 November 20,2017 N/A
COC-TVE Renewal July 16,2008 July 16,2010 NEWMS
International Load Line Certificate September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
ISM - Document Of Compliance May 29,2013 July 5,2018 DNV
ISM - Safety Management Certificate December 17,2018 June 16,2019 LR
Minimum Safe Manning Document September 22,2015 SG
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate September 21,2017 November 26,2022 DNV GL
Tonnage Certificate, International August 20,2013 DNV