What we do

Vessels are managed in a safe and efficient manner ensuring they operate in accordance with:

  • Owner’s requirements
  • Design capability
  • Flag State and Class requirements
  • Charterers' requirements
  • The International Safety Management Code.

Service delivery is underpinned by a rigorous approach to safety, security and environmental protection.

Marine and Technical Superintendents are each allocated a group of four to five vessels. The Superintendent is responsible for monitoring the vessels' condition and all aspects of their performance and operation, including:

  • Safe and efficient cargo handling and cargo conditioning
  • Planned and projected maintenance
  • Regular condition assessments
  • Dry dock planning and supervision
  • Budget control
  • Vessel’s emergency support
  • Certification and vetting
  • Ships security

Technical Assessments


Condition Surveys

Superficial afloat inspections with limited or no opening up. Areas covered include corrosion protection, cargo systems, deck and navigational equipment, accommodation, machinery systems and maintenance, logbooks, information on trade, performance reports, loading / discharging rates, out-turn discrepancies, safety equipment and safety consciousness, records ad status related to Classification and Maritime administrations.

Sale Purchase Services

The primary objective is to provide assistance in connection with the sale and purchase of vessels by giving an independent view of the condition of the vessel(s). Based on the client’s specific requirements, this service involves the inspection of class records to provide the status of class and statutory certificates and surveys; the status of recommendations and memoranda affecting class; dry-docking records; major and significant overhauls and repairs; and a review of thickness measurement results where applicable.

Pre-vetting assessments

In the marine tanker industry, two inspection regimes are predominant: SIRE and CDI. SIRE inspections are commissioned by oil companies that are members of the OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum), Reports of such inspections are maintained on the OCIMF database for members to access, providing them with up to date inspection status of the vessel. Our team of Master Mariners and Chief Engineers have years of high quality and safe tanker operating experience behind them. These individuals are all selected and trained to undertake inspection work to the highest standard. All our pre-vetting inspectors are thoroughly familiar & acquainted with OCIMF VIQ ,SIRE, CDI & TMSA procedures.

Sale purchase
Condition surveys
Sale purchase services
Pre-vetting assessments

Newbuilding and Conversion Consultancy and Supervision


Due to our standing in the industry and the size of our previous newbuilding projects, we are able to negotiate highly favorable material, equipment and sub-contractor arrangements for our clients. The following is an outline of our typical service package:

  • Inspection, evaluation and selection of shipyards
  • Appraisal of building / conversion specifications
  • Negotiations on building specification and maker’s lists
  • Plan approval
  • Attendance and evaluation of model tests
  • Supervision during construction at the shipyard or at subcontractors premises
  • Attendance and evaluation of shop tests, dock and sea trials
  • Follow up of Class and Flag state matters
  • Storing up and preparation for sea service
  • Initial fill and preparation for sea service

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