Photos: USCG Volendam Inspection

Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak inspectors conduct a safety inspection on the Netherlands-flagged 781-foot cruise ship Volendam moored in Chiniak Bay off Kodiak Island May 14, 2011.

Holland America 2nd Officer Matthusvan Steensel, left, cruise ship Volendam second mate and safety officer, runs through a list of the CO2 fire system checks for Coast Guard Lt. j. g. Matthew Zinn, supervisor of Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak, during a routine vessel inspection May 14, 2011, aboard the ship moored in Chiniak Bay off Kodiak Island.

A fire team from the 781-foot cruise ship Volendam conducts a fire drill aboard the ship moored in Chiniak Bay off Kodiak Island during an inspection from Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak inspectors May 14, 2011.

A crewman from the cruise ship Volendam secures a line from a liferaft to the deck of the ship during a abandon ship drill demonstration for Coast Guard inspectors from Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak May 14, 2011, aboard the cruise ship moored in Chiniak Bay off Kodiak Island.

Photos: U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Jonathan Lally.

 

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