USCG Certificates of Documentation
Minimum Safe Manning Certificate
USCG Light List
Notice to all Mariners
Radio functioning properly?
Radar functioning properly?
Depth sounder working properly?
Compass working properly?
AIS system working properly?
Chart Plotter working properly?
Navigation lights working properly?
Is there sufficient number of life vests onboard (equipped with working strobes & whistles)?
Are emergency escape routes marked and clear of obstructions?
Is First Aid Kit USCG compliant and properly stocked?
Is the Firefighting Plan posted?
Are all portable fire extinguishers properly serviced with up-to-date inspection tags?
Fire pumps and hoses are inspected and tested?
Exhaust pipes are properly insulated?
All gauges and alarms are functioning properly?
All guarding is secure and providing adequate protection?
Ladders/Steps/Passageways are clear of obstructions?
Pollution placards are displayed? (MARPOL)
Is the Pollution Kit fully stocked (booms, absorbent pads, containment bags)?
If applicable, has the removal of waste been properly documented (trash, slop oil, bilge water)?
Are hatch covers in satisfactory working condition?
Are Weather-tight doors working effectively?
All handrails are checked and in good working condition?
Hydraulic lines checked for wear and leaks?
All engine room piping checked for leaks?
All engine room pumps have been examined and are in good working order?
Engine room floor is free from oil and debris?
Engine room fans/exhaust are functioning properly?
Emergency fuel shutoff system has been tested and is functioning properly?
All electrical boxes are marked and structurally sound?
All wiring has been examined (when practical) and is properly secured?
Batteries are properly secured?
Electrical supply to navigate lights has been checked for damage?
Lights needing globes or guards have been examined?
Rubber mat on floor by main power box?