The Coast Guard announced in a news release last week that investigators continue to seek information regarding the fishing vessel Mary B II, which capsized off Newport, Oregon, Jan. 9, 2019, and resulted in the loss of the three crew members and the vessel. Anyone with information is encouraged to provide it to the investigation team at AccidentInfo@uscg.mil, using the subject line “F/V MARY B II.” Questions may be sent to the same address.
The hearing will convene at Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston July 16-27, 2018, to consider evidence related to the explosion, fire, and subsequent loss of life that occurred onboard the Bouchard No. 255 Tank Barge off the coast of Texas in 2017.
This post provides links to updated forms CG-2692 and CG-2692B, which have both been revised to account for the amended marine casualty property damage thresholds published in a Final Rule March 19, 2018. The new thresholds are effective today.
This final rule changes the reportable marine casualty property damage threshold amount from $25,000 to $75,000. This final rule also changes the serious marine incident property damage threshold from $100,000 to $200,000.
2/3/2016: Collection of information under review by the Office of Management and Budget – Report of marine casualty and chemical testing of commercial vessel personnel
The Coast Guard seeks comment on the report of marine casualty and chemical testing of commercial vessel personnel.
10/23/2015: Information collection request to the Office of Management and Budget – Marine casualty information and periodic chemical and alcohol testing
The Coast Guard seeks comment on the approval of a revision to a currently approved collection for marine casualty information and periodic chemical drug and alcohol testing of commercial vessel personnel.
7/24/2015: New NVIC published – Part 4 Marine Casualty Reporting Procedures Guide with Associated Standard Interpretations
The Coast Guard published Navigation and Vessel Circular 01-15 to clarify terminology used in the reporting regulation, draw attention to additional regulatory citations related to reporting and provide detailed regulatory interpretations to assist all involved parties in the marine casualty reporting and investigation process.
The U.S. Coast Guard has released the report of investigation into the circumstances surrounding the grounding of the mobile offshore drilling unit Kulluk on the eastern coast of Sitkalidak Island, Alaska, Dec. 31, 2012.