M/V Morning Cedar Incident
- The M/V Morning Cedar is currently moored at the Coast Guard dock in Dutch Harbor.
- This is a potential spill. At 9:01 AM on December 5, 2011, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) reported to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) that the M/V Morning Cedar was adrift 10 miles north of Tanaga Island. The crew of the vessel reported the loss of steering to the USCG at 9:29 on December 5, 2011.
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- No spill has occurred. The M/V Morning Cedar is a 656-ft, Singapore-registered vessel with 23 crew members aboard. The USCG reports that the vessel’s cargo is packaged lumber and that there are 227,143 gallons of bunker C oil and 60,295 gallons of diesel on board.
- This is a potential spill. The crew of the M/V Morning Cedar reported to the USCG that there was some type of steering casualty and that the crew was not able to make repairs while they were underway.
ADEC Situation Reports
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M/V Morning Cedar
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