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M/V Cougar Ace

Incident Updates

Incident Description

  • On July 23, the M/V Cougar Ace, a 654-foot car carrier homeported in Singapore, contacted the US Coast Guard and reported that their vessel was listing at 80 degrees and taking on water. The Alaska Air National Guard and Coast Guard aircraft crews rescued the 23 crewmembers on July 24. The vessel remains adrift as of July 28.
  • Estimates for amount of fuel onboard the Cougar Ace are 142,184 gal Intermediate Fuel Oil 380 (IFO 380) and 34,182 gal Marine Diesel (MDO).

Vessel Information

Response Plans, Permits and Related Documents

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Photos

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July 30, 2006 Photos of the Cougar Ace and salvage operations, 7/26 - 7/30/2006

August 8, 2006 Photos of the Cougar Ace in Wide Bay

August 10, 2006 Photos of the Cougar Ace in Wide Bay

August 12, 2006 Photos of the Cougar Ace in Wide Bay, 8/12 - 8/13/2006

August 14, 2006 Photos taken 8/14-15/2006

September 1, 2006 Cougar Ace departs Unalaska