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IMO/VIN Callsign Flag Service Year
9439802 V7CT4 MARSHALL ISLANDS Tank Ship 2009
Activity# Port Date Activity - Description Deficiencies
7396061 New Orleans, Louisiana Feb 14, 22 Vessel Inspection - Administrative Action
7385894 New Orleans, Louisiana Jan 27, 22 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
02 - Structural ConditionsN/A - No Subsystem
DescriptionDue DateResolved
FOR TANKERS 20,000 TONNES DEAD-WEIGHT SHALL BE IAW FSS CODE. PSCO IDENTIFIED THAT SITE GLASS ON PV BREAKER HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH ACROLIC HOSE REQUEST CLARIFICATION FROM CERTIFICATE ISSUING AUTHROITY TO THE CONTINUING ACCEPTANCE. (SOLAS (AM) II-2/5.5) (40ac)Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Feb 14, 22Accepted Class DNV report. Vessel received and installed sight glass for PV breaker.
SystemSubsystemCause
06 - Cargo Operations Including EquipmentN/A - No Subsystem
DescriptionDue DateResolved
SUCH SPACES SHALL BE FITTED WITH PERMANENT GAS SAMPLING, PSCO IDENTIFIED THAT THE FIXED GAS SAMPLING TO VOID SPACE #34 IS BLOCKED. THROWING A FAULT CODE TO GAS DETECTIN PANEL. (SOLAS (AM) II-2/4.5.7.2.2) (40ac)Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Feb 14, 22Accepted class DNV report and manufacturer tech report. Vacuum switch adjusted by manufacturer and system operates satisfactorily.
7118945 Houston, Texas Jan 07, 21 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
15 - Safety Management Systems (ISM)N/A - No SubsystemImproper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
The company and the ship shall comply with the requirement of the international safety management code. And meeting the requirement, the company should ensure that any non-conformity is reported, with its possible cause, if known (10.2.2) and appropriate corrective action is taken (10.2.3) In accordance with the vessel safety management system QHSE 4.2.1 plan maintenance system, the primary objective of the PMS is to improve effectiveness of maintenance. In accordance with PMS job check explosion proof lighting equipment for component 850.95.08 (Explosion proof light), Check for proper sealing of cable glands. As delineated in deficiency one, objective evidence attest to the vessel’s crew failing to properly conduct maintenance and inspections of electrical equipment. An internal safety audit and corrective action within three months is reccommended. 74 SOLAS (14) IX/3.1 ISM Code 10.2Apr 06, 21Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Feb 18, 21Vessel submitted internal audit to include corrective actions and best practices for safety rounds.
SystemSubsystemCause
09 - Working and Living Conditions092 - Working ConditionsImproper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Where the specific cargo is liable to damage the materials normally used in electrical apparatus, due consideration shall be given to the particular characteristics of the materials chosen for conductors, installation, metal parts, etc. As far as necessary, these components shall be protected to prevent contact with gases or vapors liable to be encountered. Four explosion proof lights were found on the cargo deck with loose wiring. Three of the lights had loose packing glands on the light fixtures. One light had a packing gland that was disconnected. Instead, the light and cabling was held together by blue electrical tape. Lights and cabling were not installed properly therefore potentially allowing for contact with gases or vapors. 74 SOLAS (14) VII/10.1 IBC Code 10.1.2.2 Ref IEC 60092-502: 1999Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Jan 15, 21Vsl submitted report from DNV GL surveyor attesting to repair.
7094347 STATEN ISLAND, New York Nov 13, 20 Vessel Operational Control - Agency Action Complete
6941333 Lake Charles, Louisiana Apr 20, 20 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
6915942 Houston, Texas Feb 26, 20 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6868729 Cape Canaveral, Florida Dec 06, 19 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
06 - Cargo Operations Including EquipmentN/A - No SubsystemImproper Installation
DescriptionDue DateResolved
06199 - Each vessel vapor connection flange face must have a permeant stud projecting outward 1" long. It must be located at the top of the flange face, midway between bolt holes, and in line with the bolt hole pattern. Stud was not permanently affixed and was not located at the top of the flange face. 46 CFR 39.2001 (j).Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Dec 09, 19Ship provided photographs attesting to the repair of the port side aft vapor control line as well as photos of the remaining 3 vapor control lines to ensure proper placement and permanently affixed studs.
6491109 NEW HAVEN, Connecticut Jul 30, 18 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
  1
SystemSubsystemCause
06 - Cargo Operations Including EquipmentN/A - No SubsystemInvalid
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Cargo was identified in the #6 port ballast tank originating from #6 port cargo tank. Ballast tank was entered by ship's crew where 8-10 liters of cargo (gasoline) was found eminating from a possible crack on longitudinal bulkhead of #6 port cargo tank 4M forward of slop tank.Aug 01, 18Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Aug 03, 18Properly welded and repaired #6 cargo tank to the satisfaction of class.
6410875 San Pedro, California May 10, 18 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6202576 STATEN ISLAND, New York Jul 09, 17 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
  1
SystemSubsystemCause
DocumentationMarkings/PlacardsImproper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Both the High-Level and Overfill level alarm signage was not readable due to the background not being white.Aug 09, 17Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Jul 15, 17Rec'd photos of corrected deficiency
5226657 STATEN ISLAND, New York Aug 26, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5041222 STATEN ISLAND, New York Dec 17, 14 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4856341 Jacksonville, Florida May 14, 14 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoInert Gas System
DescriptionDue DateResolved
01-1835-The cooling water arrangements shall be such that an adequate supply of water will always be available without interfering with any essential services on the ship. PSC Officer noted 02 temp. repairs on the cooling side of the Inert Gas Scrubber. - 74SOLAS (04 CONS) II-2/4.5.5.1.2 FSS Code 15/2.2.2.1 - 16bMay 28, 14Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Dec 17, 14Received, reviewed, and accepted report from DNV-GL that the appropriate repairs have been made to the Inert gas Generator and system is completely operable.
4473790 New Orleans, Louisiana Oct 28, 12 Vessel Operational Control - Agency Action Complete
4315389 Houston, Texas May 19, 12 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
4015838 New Orleans, Louisiana May 19, 11 Vessel Inspection - Administrative Action
4003326 Port Arthur, Texas May 06, 11 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
3857123 TEXAS CITY, Texas Oct 02, 10 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
3726941 Houston, Texas Apr 29, 10 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
Documents Issued Expires Agency
Certificate of Compliance - Tank Vessel May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
Certificate of Fitness - Chemical Carrier September 1,2014 May 19,2019 DNV
Classification Document May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
COC-TVE Renewal April 29,2010 April 29,2012 N/A
International Certificate of Fitness - Chemical May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV
International Load Line Certificate May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
ISM - Document Of Compliance July 25,2012 October 20,2014 N/A
ISM - Safety Management Certificate September 23,2019 September 23,2024 DNV-GL
Minimum Safe Manning Document January 31,2017 MH
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate April 21,2012 September 20,2012 NKK
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate May 7,2019 May 19,2024 DNV-GL
Tonnage Certificate, International January 2,2014 MH