“Snoozing crew raises specter of criminal charge in boat fire” was the headline of an AP story this week and if
Posted by Robert Frump Here’s a record of all available Coast Guard inspections of larger passenger ships through 2018.
Here’s a record of all available Coast Guard inspections of US amphibious ships into 2018.
Here’s a record of all available past Coast Guard inspections of US diving ships into 2018.
The recent death tolls in dive boat and duck boat accidents may result in the NTSB and Coast Guard finally agreeing on tougher standards.
For more than 15 years, the National Transportation Safety Board regularly has warned the US Coast Guard that it should urgently strengthen fire safety crew training and require preventive vessel maintenance programs to avoid small passenger ship fires such as the one that killed more than 30 people last week on the dive ship “Conception,” an in-depth look at NTSB records reveals.
How could the dive ship Conception, lost off the California coast last week, burn so hot and so quickly that
I COVER THE WATERFRONT A Collection of Non-Fiction Articles 1980-2008 by Maritime Writer Robert R. Frump, These articles are collected
By Robert R. Frump In two previous cases, on vessels similar to the dive ship Conception, the National Transportation Safety Board
A review of Coast Guard inspection records for the stricken dive boat Conception appears to show Coast Guard inspectors found