Ship Simulation and Mariner Study of the Maritime Implications for Tank Vessels Utilizing Potential Places of Refuge, Mid-Prince William Sound Alaska

Ship Simulation and Mariner Study of the Maritime Implications for Tank Vessels Utilizing Potential Places of Refuge, Mid-Prince William Sound Alaska

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Date: January 17, 2017
Author: Captain Jeff Pierce, Jonathan J. Pierce, Ph.D., Safeguard Marine, LLC
Category: Maritime Operations
Description: The purpose of this study is to assess the capability of tank vessels (tanker) in distress utilizing Mid–Prince William Sound Potential Places of Refuge (PPOR) that were determined in the Prince William Sound Subarea Contingency Plan. This study does not examine PPOR Knowles Head Anchorage, because it is currently utilized as an anchoring site for tankers. North Smith Island, Outside Bay, and McPherson as identified by the Contingency Plan are all examined.
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