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What is a Marine Surveyor?
A marine surveyor is usually a professional, such as a qualified shipmaster, engineer, naval architect or radio officer.
They conduct inspections, surveys or examinations aboard ship to assess, monitor and report on the condition of the ship, as well as attending the manufacturers of new equipment intended for new or existing vessels, to ensure compliance with various standards or specifications.
Accidents and incidents at sea can have serious consequences, not only for the crew on board but also for the vessel owners. PEERLESS Marine Surveyors specializes in providing in-depth accident and incident investigations to explore the root causes and to determine the “Nature – Cause – Extent” of the damage sighted.
Trip in Tow Surveys
Warranty & Project Cargo Surveys
The main function is to ensure that the cargo is handled safely and correctly during loading and unloading operations. Improper handling of the cargo may result in damage, delays, and extra costs.
It includes checking and carrying out the following factors:
- Supervision of cargo handling during loading and unloading operation.
- Confirmation that the cargo meets all packaging requirements.
- Supervision of holds and hatches before loading.
- Checking the cargo documents.
Stowage - Lashing - Securing Surveys
It is important that adequate load-spreading measures are taken, if so required, to prevent exceeding the maximum permissible loads on a ship’s tank top or hatch covers.