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View of the T/V Seabulk Pride from shore.
Aerial view of T/V Seabulk Pride underway after tugs freed her.
T/V Seabulk Pride heading into Kachemak Bay.
T/V Seabulk Pride heading into Kachemak Bay.

Current Situation

  02/08/2006 3:30 AM (PDF 57K) -- FINAL
  02/06/2006 8:30 AM (PDF 57K)
  02/03/2006 2:00 PM (PDF 53K)
  02/03/2006 10:20 AM (PDF 53K)
  02/03/2006 8 AM (PDF 55K)
  02/02/2006 8 PM (PDF 67K)
  02/02/2006 4 PM (PDF 103K)
  02/02/2006 12 NOON (PDF 53K)
  02/02/2006 10 AM (PDF 46K)

Press Releases

  Press Releases
Photos and Video
Photo Gallery

T/V Seabulk Pride Grounding Unified Command Photo Gallery

   
Video

US Coast Guard video clip

USCG video of tanker headed toward Kachemak Bay after tugs freed the vessel, 02/03/2006
Incident Description

At approximately 5:25 am, February 2, 2006, the tanker vessel Seabulk Pride went aground. The vessel had been moored at the KPL dock and was struck by an ice flow. The mooring lines parted causing the vessel to drift northward and go aground approximately 200 yards North of the KPL dock.

Vessel Information
  Vessel Specs (Seabulk International website)
Vessel Drawings, showing tank locations
  Starboard view (PDF 437K)
  Plan view (PDF 639K)
  Port view (PDF 425K)
     
     
Response Plans, Maps and Related Information
Plans
  Alaska Federal and State Preparedness Plan for Response to Oil and Hazardous Substance Discharges and Releases
  Cook Inlet Subarea Contingency Plan for Oil and Hazardous Substance Discharges/Releases
  Alaska Incident Management System (AIMS) Guide
Maps
  Nautical Chart (JPG 157K)
  Location Map with Nautical Map detail (JPG 272K)
  ESI Map for Cook Inlet (Winter Season)
  Land Management Map for Area of Concern
  KPL Dock Overview (JPG 272K)
  KPL Dock Aerial Photo (PDF 758K)
Technical Information Weather and Tides
Historic Oil Spills
  List of Major Oil Spills in Coastal Waters of Alaska
Material Safety Data Sheets
  Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO)

 

  Tide Chart for Nikiski (PDF 116K)
  Public Weather Forecast
  Marine Forecast
  Cook Inlet Extreme Ice Rules January 2006 (PDF 84K)
For More Information
Unified Command Joint Information Center (JIC) (907) 776-7405
  Petty Officer Francis, USCG, JIC (907) 321-4510
  Lynda Giguere, DEC, JIC (907) 465-5009 or (907) 321-5491
  Heidi Peterson, Tesoro Alaska Company, JIC (907) 398-8544
  Jim Butler, Seabulk International, JIC

(907) 398-8866

Gary Folley, DEC, Soldotna (907) 262-5210 x 234 or (907) 776-7435
Leslie Pearson, DEC, Anchorage (907) 269-7543
Links
US Coast Guard District 17
Tesoro (Corporate website)
Seabulk International
Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Committee (CIRCAC)
Alaska Regional Response Team