Our experienced team of professionals is equipped with the knowledge and tools to assess:

Evaluating the vessel’s hull condition to identify signs of corrosion, cracks, or structural weaknesses.

Testing the functionality of engines, propulsion systems, generators, and essential equipment.

Reviewing safety protocols, fire prevention systems, lifesaving appliances, emergency response procedures and measures to prevent pollution.

Ensuring proper stowage, securing, and handling of cargo to prevent damage and ensure stability.

Verifying the accuracy and effectiveness of navigational aids, communication systems, and electronic charts.

Confirming adherence to international maritime regulations and local laws.

The survey is used to ensure that the vessel meets the classification society’s standards for the construction and operation of marine vessels.

The survey is used to ensure that the vessel meets the country’s maritime safety regulations.

The survey is used to determine the value of the vessel and to identify any potential problems that could affect the insurance risk.

The surveyor will collect evidence from the scene of the accident and analyze it to determine the cause of the accident.