We are committed to our clients every step of the way. Explore our services section to learn about the wide range of marine services we provide. We’re constantly growing and expanding our service options, so, if you have something in mind that we don’t yet provide, we’d love to hear about it.
We offer a variety of marine surveys. Including Draught Surveys, Damage Surveys, Insurance Surveys, Pre-purchase Surveys, and Loss Prevention. Scroll down to learn more!
On and Off Hire Surveys
Loss prevention Surveys
The determination of the weight or volume of cargo loaded or discharged by comparing the vessel’s displacement before and after the loading and discharging.
On hire / off hire surveys provide a detailed snapshot of a vessel’s condition. Our team of qualified surveyors will carry out a physical inspection of the vessel and compile a condition report with photographs. This document is an essential part to any commercial arrangements where the vessel is being leased, hired or sold.
Hull and Machinery – The purpose of a hull and machinery damage survey is to assess the damage that has been caused to a vessel and to identify the cause of that damage. To do this, an inspection is carried out of the vessel and its surrounding environment, together with an examination of any relevant documentation. The results of the survey will help to determine the extent of the damage, how it was caused and who is liable for it.
Are an essential part of the operation of a vessel. This is a detailed appraisal of a vessel’s condition. The survey is carried out by attendance on board the vessel to assess the vessel’s condition and compliance with class and statutory requirements. The surveyor will report on the general condition of the vessel, noting any areas of damage, wear, or disrepair.
Attendance onboard to determine a vessel’s value for many purposes including insurance and sale. Our experienced and qualified surveyors will attend and take extensive notes of your vessel in order to provide you with a comprehensive report and an accurate portrayal of a you vessels value.
Critical part of the vessel purchase process. Our team of experts will thoroughly inspect the ship inside and out, looking for any areas of concern or special needs that you may have. We’ll also provide you with a detailed Vessel Condition Valuation inspection report.
The aim of a loss prevention survey is to provide an early warning of potential incidents, rather than waiting for something to happen and then attempting to find out why it did.
We offer detailed inspection of your boat’s exterior and interior mechanical components. As the surveyor inspects the boat, they’ll note any potential issues and present you with documentation that lists the current condition and seaworthiness of the vessel, as well as a value estimate.
Specialize in marine-related insurance claims. We investigate the claim, assess the damages, and determine a fair amount for settlement. Our years of experience in the maritime industry have given us the expertise to handle any type of claim, no matter how complex it may be.
Comprehensive survey that will cover the entire vessel including engines, rigging, hull, deck, and fittings. The purpose of the assessment is to provide a detailed report to the insurance company that will help them to make an informed decision about whether or not to insure the vessel.
We offer a broad range of surveys, audits, and certifications to promote safety and operational efficiency.
P&I Club Representatives in Namibia
International Naval Surveys Bureau representatives in Namibia
Attendance services to ensure that cargos are handled correctly during loading and discharging. Our experienced supervisors will be present to independently verify the quantity of items loaded or discharged, and to ensure that all the cargo handling is carried out in a safe and efficient manner.
Assess underwriter’s exposure to risk by conducting various surveys. This information is used to create a report that provides an overview of the potential losses that could be faced by the Club.
We work with clients to maintain their vessels to the highest possible safety and environmental standards, ensuring the safety of life and property at sea.