As per our principal’s instructions, a joint survey had to be conducted by Constellation Marine’s engineer surveyor on behalf of the carrier to assess the nature,
The ECDIS is considered an important milestone for shipping and within the IMO framework for E navigation defined as “the harmonized collection, integration, exchange, presentation and analysis of marine information on board and ashore by electronic means to enhance berth to berth navigation and related services for safety and security at sea and protection of the marine environment.”
It is no surprise that with The ECDIS installation schedule having passed end in July 2018, most ships have thus made the transition from paper to digital navigation.
We, Constellation Marine Services LLC as independent ship and marine surveyors, get nominations from our principals to carry out Magnetic Particle testing. Recently we got a nomination from one of our clients to carry out Magnetic Particle testing on board the semi-submersible to test the welded joints/weld bevel of sea fastening. Our Naval Architect/Marine Surveyor upon in receipt of instruction, arranged to attend an inspection on board the subject vessel at Anchorage.
Demolition voyages surveys, leading to an issuance of a certificate of approval or sail away permission, either under own steam, or towed, are perhaps the most testing for a marine surveyor.
The challenges involved with a perceived increase in risk, compliance with regulations, commercial pressures through cash buyers, re-flagging, re-classing and approvals, pose a challenge to the surveyors acumen, knowledge and to a large extent, his integrity.
This is to certify that the undersigned Independent Ship and Marine Surveyors, at the request of cargo underwriter attended a joint survey with the surveyor representing from the Carriers at Container Terminal-2, Jebel Ali, Dubai, in order to attend the alleged leaking 20’container discharged from a vessel to determine the cause, nature and extent of leaking from the container.
Accordingly, a joint survey was scheduled between Constellation Marine Services on behalf of the Cargo Underwriter and Carrier’s Surveyor at Container Terminal-2, Jebel Ali Port, Dubai, UAE.
Damage to cargo due to sea water ingression during marine transportation have resulted in huge loss and big claims. Losses were not limited to the commercial value of the cargo but also to the relation between the shipper-carrier-charterer-consignee.
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We Constellation Marine Service can provide the ULD Testing of the cargo hold before the vessel sails from load port with almost no time loss due to testing and provide an opportunity to identify the point of leak and assist in rectifying the leak point at no cost of time loss at load port.
We, Constellation Marine Services LLC as independent ship and marine surveyors, often get nominations from our principals to carry out Hold Cleanliness inspections. Recently we got a nomination from one of our clients to carry out Hold cleanliness Inspection on board 34778 GRT Bulk carrier and report on its fitness to load intended cargo (PRILLED/GRANULAR UREA). Our Naval Architect/Marine Surveyor upon in receipt of instruction, arranged to attend an inspection on board the subject vessel at Anchorage.
The role of a Marine Warranty Surveyor (MWS) within the gamut of handling and transportation of Project cargoes is insurmountable, but often misunderstood, sometimes perceived as an “unnecessary nuisance” by many project personnel, primarily due to their lack of knowledge of the role of MWS and its purpose.
We, Constellation Marine Services LLC as independent ship and marine surveyors, often get instructions from our principals to carry out Ultrasonic leak detection test of Cargo Hold hatch covers for
It is well known that manufacturing companies have adopted quality standards for a long period in time. Its benefits such as but not limited to the value of the standard, the sales and marketing advantage, and company requirements, are well documented.
The forthcoming changes to the rules governing Sulphur emissions in MARPOL Annex VI present tricky technical challenges to interested parties. We believe no other regulations in recent history of shipping has invoked the multitude of responses than the Sulphur 2020 cap.