Surveying

Surveying
2011 ESP Code (2020 Edition) (KC265E) (eBook)
2011 ESP Code (2020 Edition) (KC265E) (eBook)

The International code on the enhanced programme of inspections during surveys of bulk carriers and oil tankers, 2011 (2011 ESP Code) establishes a su...

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Tanker Vetting

This comprehensive guide to the vetting process outlines the reasons that tankers are vetted, the components of vetting, vetting operations and the im...

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Hatch Covers: Operation, Testing and Maintenance

This publication explains different permutations of hatch cover type, securing devices and methods for opening and closing, as well as the various def...

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Marine Cargo Surveys

Designed for all those involved in the carriage of goods by sea, this book offers an accessible and understandable description of the characteristics...

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Surveying Marine Damage, 3rd Edition

The third edition of this 500 page handbook provides practical advice on all aspects of marine surveying. Loss adjusters, underwriters, shipowners and...

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Bulk Carriers – Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures (IACS Rec 76)

Updated to reflect IACS Rec 76, this publication provides guidelines for the survey, assessment and repair of bulk carrier hull structures....

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General Dry Cargo Ships – Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures (IACS Rec 55)

Updated to IACS Rec 55, this publication is a guide to the survey, assessment and repair of the hull structures of general dry cargo ships. ...

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Coating Maintenance– Guidelines for Coating Maintenance & Repairs for Ballast Tanks and Combined Cargo/Ballast Tanks on Oil Tankers (IACS Rec 87)

Updated to reflect IACS Rec 87, these guidelines focus on the survey, assessment, maintenance and repair of coatings in ballast tanks or combined carg...

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