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IMO/VIN Callsign Flag Service Year
9682370 V7HE9 MARSHALL ISLANDS Tank Ship 2014
Activity# Port Date Activity - Description Deficiencies
6994398 NEW HAVEN, Connecticut Jul 03, 20 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6009458 San Francisco, California Sep 26, 16 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5831188 FPO, AP, Guam Mar 16, 16 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoInert Gas SystemImproper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Protection of the cargo tanks shall be achieved by a fixed IGG in accordance with requirements of the FSS Code. The IGG system shall be capable of maintaining a positive pressure at all times. #2 and #3 wing cargo tanks were observed at a dangerously low pressure of 3mbar. 74 SOLAS (14) II-2 Reg 4 5.5.1.1; FSS Code Chap 15 2.1.3.2Mar 16, 16Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Mar 16, 16Cargo tanks brought back to within acceptable pressure.
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoInert Gas SystemImproper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Protection of the cargo tanks shall be achieved by a fixed IGG system in accordance with FSS Code. IGG shall be capable of maintaining atmosphere in cargo tanks with oxygen content not exceeding 8%. #2 stbd cargo tank found at 8.2%. 74 SOLAS (14) II-2 Reg 4 5.5.1.1; FSS Code Chap 15 2.1.3.2.Mar 16, 16Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Mar 16, 16Oxygen content brought to within acceptable parameter
SystemSubsystemCause
Deck/CargoInert Gas SystemImproper Installation
DescriptionDue DateResolved
The IGG shall be designed, constructed and tested in accordance with FSS Code. Required alarms shall be fitted in such a position that they are immediately received by a responsible member of the crew. A tooth pick was used to continuously hold the “acknowledge alarm” button in, so that no alarm would be received. 74 SOLAS (14) II-2 Reg 4 5.5.3.2; FSS Code Chap 15 2.4.3.3.Mar 16, 16Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Mar 16, 16Toothpick removed and crew instructed on importance of receiving alarms
SystemSubsystemCause
EngineeringGenerator (propulsion/auxiliary-electric)Improper/Lack of Maintenance
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Where the emergency source of electrical power is a generator, it shall be provided with an additional source of emergency electrical power and capable of being automatically started in a maximum of 45 seconds. Accumulator batteries were dead and inoperable. 74 SOLAS (14) II-1 Reg 43 3.1.3.Mar 16, 16Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Mar 16, 16Dead accumulator batteries replaced with new batteries. Egen tested sat
5063437 New Orleans, Louisiana Feb 04, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5059270 Houston, Texas Jan 26, 15 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5015717 Houston, Texas Nov 07, 14 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
Documents Issued Expires Agency
Certificate of Fitness - Chemical Carrier December 30,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
Classification Document November 6,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
International Load Line Certificate November 6,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate September 7,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
ISM - Document Of Compliance November 21,2019 November 28,2021 DNV GL
ISM - Safety Management Certificate November 11,2011 November 28,2016 GL
Minimum Safe Manning Document January 7,2020 MH
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate December 30,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate December 30,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate December 30,2019 July 31,2024 ABS
Tonnage Certificate, International December 12,2019 ABS