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Inspection reveals open lifeboat problems, but ban still not in sight

Inspection reveals open lifeboat problems, but ban still not in sight

A yearlong U.S. Coast Guard inspection of 122 open lifeboats on 45 U.S.-flagged ships revealed numerous deficiencies.


 

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