Marine Surveying Services
Marine Surveying Services
We also perform condition surveys of ships and offshore units for the in house use of owners and operators. These surveys assist in avoiding problems with Port State Control or Coastal States, assist in the planning and budgeting of repairs and maintenance and allow owners and operators to monitor the condition of their assets. These surveys also identify safety risks and risks which could lead to unexpected operational downtime or Conditions of Class / Recommendations being issued by the Classification Societies which can cause particular commercial problems for certain ship types. Such surveys can therefore protect not only the asset and those on board but also the owners and operators reputation.
Our Marine Surveying Services extend to shore side facilities where we can witness materials testing, factory acceptance tests at original equipment manufacturers (OEM) premises or at the premises third parties. This service provides the client with the confidence that the equipment being purchased meets with the order specification in all respects from technical performance to quantity and quality and avoids the problems faced by ship owners when essential equipment arrives on board but which is not as per the order specification or requirements.
Our inspection and survey service provides owners with a confidential report on the condition of their assets allowing them to plan repairs and class/statutory survey routine with minimal operational downtime and limited duplication.
Our inspection and survey services can be provided on a schedule to suit the owner such as monthly, quarterly, six monthly or annually. These surveys allow the owner to be aware of any problems on-board before class, flag or local authority surveyors attend the asset, thus allowing repairs to be completed in house and operational problems avoided.
Our staff are also authorised by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) to perform surveys and certification for various Codes of Practice below:
- Red Code – Code of practice for the safety of small vessels in commercial use for sport or pleasure operating from a nominated departure point
- Blue Code – Code of practice for the safety of small commercial sailing vessels
- Brown Code – Code of practice for the safety of small workboats and pilot boats
- Yellow Code – Code of practice for the safety of small commercial motor vessels
Private and Commercial vessel surveys
- Owner / operators condition survey
- Lay-up and re-activation surveys
- Tonnage Measurement Survey
- Pre-purchase condition survey
- Fitness for purpose surveys
- Insurance condition survey
- Insurance claim survey
- On – off hire surveys
- Machinery Survey
- Damage Surveys
- P&I entry survey
- P&I claim survey
- Client specific surveys