The information posted below originally appeared in a news release Aug. 2, 2017. Visit the Coast Guard Digital Newsroom to read the full text or to download the day-by-day witness schedule. Maritime Commons will continue to bring our readers updates on major announcements regarding the F/V Destination marine board of investigation.
The Coast Guard announced the witness testimony schedule and options for remote public viewing of the fishing vessel Destination marine board of investigation (MBI). This hearing session will focus on weather and human factors as well as the mechanical state and stability of the vessel before and during its final voyage. The National Transportation Safety Board will conduct its own investigation and is fully participating in the MBI hearing.
The hearing schedule is as follows:
Time/date: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST Monday, Aug. 7 – Friday, Aug, 18, 2017 (excluding weekends).
Location: Henry M. Jackson Federal Building, 4th floor Auditorium, 915 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98104
There are several ways interested parties may stay up to date with the MBI proceedings:
• The Coast Guard will be tweeting live updates from @uscoastguard with the following hashtags: #CGMBI #FVDestination.
• An e-mail has been set up for interested parties to ask questions or make comments. This e-mail will be checked regularly. The e- mail is: email@example.com
• The Coast Guard is also hosting a live stream of the proceedings. The web address for the live stream is: https://livestream.com/USCGinvestigations/events/7633480
Members of the public that wish to attend are welcome to do so on a first come first serve basis and will be allowed into the hearing room at 8:30 a.m.
For more information contact Alana Miller at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-510-6523.
Read our previous Maritime Commons blogs about F/V Destination:
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