UPDATE 11 DEC 2020:

HONOLULU — The Coast Guard has suspended the active search for the missing mariner who fell overboard approximately 150-miles southeast of Big Island, Friday evening.

The mariner, a Republic of Kiribati native, remains missing.
“Our crews and partners worked diligently, but unfortunately there has been no sign of the missing mariner and the Coast Guard has suspended the active search tonight at sunset pending any further developments,” said Ensign Jonathon Smith, a Sector Honolulu watchstander. “Making the decision to suspend a search is never an easy one.”
Rescue crews conducted a total of 23 searches over the course of 45 hours, covering over 8,693 square miles.
Involved in the search were-
-An Air Station Barbers Point C-130 Hercules aircrew
-The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Joseph Gerczak (WPC 1126)
-Navy Boeing P-8 Poseidon aircrew
-Two Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 268 (MV-22B) aircrews
-A Marine KC-130 aircrew
-The vessel Kamokuiki
-The crew of the Sea Goddess


Broadcast Version For Maritime Mobile Service Network and Other Nets


0358 Hrs UTC, 10 DEC 2020:

SSC Honolulu, Hawaii reports a man overboard from the FV SEA GODDESS along a track between 16-52N 154-49W and 17-15N 154-08W on 09 DEC 2020.

All vessels in the vicinity are requested to keep a sharp lookout, assist if possible, and report and sightings to USCG Sector Honolulu at phone number 808-842-2600.