Marine Surveyor Directory
Jul06

Marine Surveyor Directory

Boost your personal or company profiles in front of others Marine Surveyor in marketplace to reach new clients When we look at the above Marine Surveyor Directory motto, it is offering a great marketing word for customer targeting. As we realize that customer is heart of businesses. Where we promote and sell our company goods and service. In the other hands, customers needs us to assist and protect their good business as well. What...

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Negative Constant in Draft Survey
Apr01

Negative Constant in Draft Survey

What is Ship Constant? The ships constant is the difference between a vessels design lightship and it’s actual displacement when empty. The ships constant is determined by a draft survey. The ships constant will vary over the life of the vessel. Unintentional Reasons for Variations – Sedimentation in ballast or fuel oil tanks – Corrosion – Fouling of hull – Coating build-up (paintwork, tank coatings,...

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Inverse Draft Survey
Mar17

Inverse Draft Survey

Few years ago, I have received the email from friend that asked regarding Inverse Draft Survey. The Inverse Draft Survey is doing when the ship has to split the cargo for two or more ports. The method is the same as common draft survey calculation, what the ship officer or surveyor needs to do is preventing cargo less or more discharge at the 1st port. What is the purpose? – To prevent cargo less or more discharge at one port....

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Detailed Draft survey step by step with animation video
Feb06
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Hold Cleanliness: Surveyor’s Inspection and Requirements
Dec22

Hold Cleanliness: Surveyor’s Inspection and Requirements

Prior to loading grain, all ships are usually subject to a survey by an approved independent surveyor. The surveyor will require the ship’s particulars, and details of at least the last three cargoes carried. He will then inspect the holds for cleanliness and infestation, and the presence of any material that could lead to infestation or contamination. When the surveyor is satisfied, he will issue the ship with a certificate to...

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