Fennica investigation findings sent to Coast Guard Investigations National Center of Expertise for review

Fennica investigation findings sent to Coast Guard Investigations National Center of Expertise for review
JUNEAU, Alaska — Coast Guard Sector Anchorage marine casualty investigators have sent their initial findings about what caused a 3-foot crack in the motor vessel Fennica’s hull to the Coast Guard Investigations National Center of Expertise for analysis. After completing their review, the NCOE will submit the information to the Coast Guard Headquarters Investigation Division personnel.  Coast...

Coast Guard concludes Kulluk grounding hearings in Anchorage, Alaska; investigation continues

Coast Guard concludes Kulluk grounding hearings in Anchorage, Alaska; investigation continues
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A Coast Guard formal marine casualty investigation hearing, investigating the contributing causes that led to the conical drilling unit Kulluk grounding on Sitkalidak Island Dec. 31, 2012, concluded at Loussac Library in Anchorage Thursday. Testimony gathered during the nine-day public hearing will be reviewed and added to the ongoing formal marine casualty investigation. The...

Coast Guard schedules hearing for Kulluk grounding in Anchorage, Alaska

Coast Guard schedules hearing for Kulluk grounding in Anchorage, Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A Coast Guard formal marine casualty investigation hearing is scheduled for May 20 at noon, at the Anchorage Loussac Library, Assembly Hall Chambers, to investigate the contributing causes that led to the conical drilling unit Kulluk grounding on Sitkalidak Island Dec. 31, 2012. The Coast Guard conducts investigations following marine casualties to determine the causal and contributing...