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IMO/VIN Callsign Flag Service Year
9725316 LAWB7 NORWAY Tank Ship 2016
Activity# Port Date Activity - Description Deficiencies
7398582 Honolulu, Hawaii Feb 25, 22 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6941290 TEXAS CITY, Texas Apr 26, 20 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
6587543 Houston, Texas Nov 27, 18 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
6538295 Houston, Texas Sep 18, 18 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
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SystemSubsystemCause
11 - Life Saving AppliancesN/A - No SubsystemImproper Installation
DescriptionDue DateResolved
Before the ship leaves port and at all times during the voyage, all life-saving appliances shall be in working order and ready for immediate use. During inspection of free-fall lifeboat, PSCOs found the lashings that secure the lifeboat to the ship (and must be manually released prior to free-fall launching) to be seized shut due to excessive pain rendering the lifeboat not ready for immediate use. 74SOLAS (14CONS)III/20.2 10cSep 19, 18Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Sep 19, 18Ship's crew used wrenches form engine room to loosen lashings so that they are no longer seized in the presence of attending marine inspector.
SystemSubsystemCause
07 - Fire SafetyN/A - No SubsystemImproper Installation
DescriptionDue DateResolved
In cargo ships, to which port G of chapter II-I is not applicable, the use of oil fuel having a lower flashpoint than otherwise specified in paragraph 2.1.1 [i.e. <60 Celsius] may be permitted subject to approval by the Administration of the complete installation. Subject vessel has methanol as fuel system [FP 11 Celsius]. Part G of chapter II-1 [i.e. IGF code] is not applicable due to vessel's keel laid date [2015]. Methanol as fuel system has been approved by Administration [Norway reference #2016/16444-67.] Approval Letter states that system shall comply with DNV Tentative Rules for Low Flashpoint Liquid Ship Installations, July 2013, Part G. Chapter 32. Table C1 of aforementioned DNV Rules requires alarm at 30% LEL and shutdown at 40% LEL for fixed gas detection in pipe annular space. Section C-105 requires that a plan for periodic test of all field instruments specified in these rules be kept onboard. The plan shall include test intervals, description of how to perform the test and description of what to observe during the test. Test interval for shutdown inputs as required by Table C1 shall not exceed 6 months. The Company has not provided the crew with a description of how to perform the test specific to this methanol as fuel installation [i.e. procedures] or appropriate equipment for performing the test. [i.e. span test gas appropriate for a methanol as fuel installation]. There is not objective evidence of a substantially complete plan as required by section C105. Vessel unable to demonstrate functionality of 30% LEL alarm/40% LEL shutdown upon request by PSCOs due to lack of proper procedures and equipment. 74SOLAS (14CONS)II-2/4.2.1.4 50abcOct 19, 18Yes
Resolved DateResolution
Dec 31, 18New procedure for the testing of the fixed gas detection for the methanol-as-fuel piping was developed by operator in conjunction with engine manufacturer, periodic test plan has been approved by DNV-GL and test witnessed by attending class surveyor.
6541570 Houston, Texas Sep 16, 18 Boarding - Agency Action Complete
6115904 New Orleans, Louisiana Apr 02, 17 Vessel Inspection - Agency Action Complete
5979587 Mobile, Alabama Aug 26, 16 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
5979567 Mobile, Alabama Aug 22, 16 Vessel Inspection - Approved Inspection
Documents Issued Expires Agency
Certificate of Fitness - Chemical Carrier April 27,2021 April 28,2026 N/A
Classification Document May 19,2018 April 28,2021 DNV
International Certificate of Fitness - Chemical June 17,2016 April 28,2021 N/A
International Load Line Certificate April 27,2021 April 28,2026 Class
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate April 27,2021 April 28,2026 Class
ISM - Document Of Compliance January 31,2013 January 11,2018 DNV
ISM - Safety Management Certificate April 28,2016 October 28,2016 DNV
Minimum Safe Manning Document April 6,2016 January 11,2018 NO
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate April 27,2021 April 28,2026 Class
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate April 27,2021 April 28,2026 Class
SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate May 19,2018 April 28,2021 DNV