Certified copy of a transcript of a hearing by the Marine Board of Investigation, Manistee, Michigan in October 1967. The Board investigated the loss of, and damage to, numerous vessels with loss of life. The wreck occurred on the eastern coast of Lake Michigan near Point Betsie, Michigan, during high winds and heavy seas on or about 23 September 1967.
1967 October 5-7, 9
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The US Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation investigates incidents and accidents to improve marine safety. The Board is charged with determining the cause of casualty and the extent of the responsibility for an incident. The final cause is then determined by the National Transportation Safety Board.
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The United States of America, United States Coast Guard, Marine Board of Investigation, Manistee, Michigan. (RHC-66). Special Collections & University Archives, Grand Valley State University Libraries. https://gvsu.lyrasistechnology.org/repositories/2/resources/492 Accessed December 15, 2017.