Marine Superintendent / Port Captain Attendance
1)Â Attendance of vessel during loading and discharging
2)Â Stowage planning
3)Â Stevedoring supervision
4)Â Liaison with shippers, Consignees, agents & owners.
5)Â Expediting turnaround of vessels in port.
6)Â Daily reporting to client… on vessels performance.
Benefits of employing a Port Captain include faster turnaround lessÂ damage, Â more Â accurate Â tally, Â cargo Â condition Â reports/ surveys, improved safety, better cargo care, reduced stevedoring or handling costs. We have acted in the capacity of Supercargoes /Port Captains with Â the main Â function Â of Â ensuring Â the Â quick Â dispatch Â of vessels, proper Â stowage Â & securing Â confirming Â to the Â highest standards of carriage of steel cargoes at sea, minimizing claims Â and reducing the vessel Â stay at Â disports. The cargoes Â handled Â by Â us Â include Â Pipes (Coated and Bare) , Hot Rolled Â Coils, Cold Â Rolled Coils , Galvanized Coils , Wire Â Rods in Â Coils, Plates , Sheets , Billets Â and all Â types Â of Bagged Â and Â Bulk Â cargoes. We Â undertake Â all Â kinds Â of Â Dry Â cargo
1)Â Internal ISM audits of vessels
2)Â Internal ISPS/Security audits of vessels
3)Â Navigation audits of vessels
Provide detailed report of the audit with emphasis on grey areas andÂ advice to deal with them.Internal audits of the safety management system helps companies to ensure that Â their ships are complying with statutory requirements as well Â as Â company Â requirements/procedures, identifyÂ risks, improve their systems, preparedÂ for third party audits.
A good ranking in the OCIMF/SIRE Database is an essential toolforÂ independent owners of tanker vessels in order to ensure employment for theirÂ vessels. AÂ Pre-vettingÂ InspectionÂ canÂ help minimizingÂ or evenÂ eliminatingÂ theÂ riskÂ ofÂ negativeÂ observations duringÂ a SIRE Vetting,Â thusÂ maintainingÂ aÂ lowÂ observation Â score in the database. During a Pre-vetting Inspection we visit the vessel and performÂ an in-depth inspection coveringÂ allÂ areas on board in relation to Â the SIRE Vetting Â programmeÂ with Â special Â focusÂ on Â theÂ Vessel Â Inspection Questionnaire (VIQ) inÂ orderÂ toÂ prepareÂ theÂ essel for an upcoming vetting.
The overall objective is to identify any deficiencies which, according toÂ the inspectorsÂ experience, are likelyÂ to Â cause aÂ negativeÂ response during a SIRE Vetting. DuringÂ theÂ inspection the crew responsible for the variousÂ departments on boardÂ isÂ givenÂ on theÂ spot guidance in order to prepare them best possible for a vetting.
The OwnerÂ isÂ providedÂ with a detailed report withÂ recommendations after completion of the Pre-vetting Inspection. The Master is provideÂ withÂ a Â summaryÂ andÂ guidanceÂ priorÂ to Â theÂ inspectorÂ leaving Â thevessel.Â
In a world where the physical condition of the ship coupled with vesselmanagement systems determine the eventual outcome of the voyage, it is important Â for the Â charterer to get an all round Â evaluation Â of the prospective vessel before they are hired. Our superintendents conductÂ Pre-Rightship inspection to ensure better rating.
1) Pre-Purchase Inspection
2) Condition Evaluation Inspection
3) Charter On-Off Hire Inspection
4) Flag State Inspection
5) Pre-Port State Control Inspection
Condition Assessment of vessels prior to purchase, Â technicalmanagement or chartering has Â become vital on ensureÂ trouble free commercial operations.Our experience,together with standardized reporting procedures, guarantees superior service.Thesesuperficialsurveys are aimed at the assessment of the actual technical condition of Â shipÂ hullÂ andÂ machineryÂ byÂ visual Â inspection, examining ships records. Results of surveys are presented in a form of written Â report (either of standard layout or provided Â by the Customer) in electronic formatÂ andÂ asÂ aÂ hard copy. Enabling you to make the Â right choice.Our experienced team of Masters and Chief Engineers well qualified toÂ conduct Flag state inspection on behalf of Flags.
WeÂ also conduct Pre-PSC inspection to assist vessels to avoidÂ detention. TheÂ ISMÂ codeÂ hasÂ empoweredÂ theÂ PortÂ State Control inspectors considerably. So how can we minimize deficiencies or Â avoid detention. ByÂ understandingÂ andÂ knowing what is required for smooth PSC inspection. OurÂ superintendentsÂ can assist vessel Â to Â achieve Â NilÂ Deficiency evenÂ from Â tough Â PSC Â inpectors Â like Â AMSA, MCA, USCG.The Â inspectors Â at SeaShore ConsultancyÂ have the necessary skillsÂ to evaluate theÂ shipsÂ condition and theÂ management system to give you the Â larger Â picture.
The maritime industry todayÂ operates Â inÂ aÂ fiercel competitiveenvironment Â in Â which Â one Â ofÂ the Â rigorous Â benchmarks Â for successÂ isÂ shipboardÂ safety. On boardÂ training Â for vesselâ€™sÂ crew isÂ conductedÂ covering Â the companyâ€™s Â HSSEQ system. Our team ofÂ trainers well qualified, experienced and fully conversant with industry requirements they can designÂ training Â programÂ company/shipÂ specificÂ basis initial assessment.
Implementation of SMS onboard
We undertake jobsÂ toÂ implement SMS onboardÂ New delivery/Newtakeover including assistance in Initial ISM / ISPS Audit . Oursuperintendent attends vessel prior delivery / takeover and carry out pre-delivery/takeover checks for smooth changeover, prepare vesselÂ for initial audit ISM / ISPS, crew initial familiarizatio training,implementationÂ of SMS.
The bunker quantityÂ survey isÂ known toÂ beÂ theÂ most thoroughÂ fuel
measurement service in the market and involves.
1)Â Pre-delivery tank measurements on both the bunker barge and the
2)Â Bunkering – related Â safety Â inspection Â and Â supervision Â ofÂ fuel
3)Â Monitoring of bunker deliveryÂ andÂ fuelÂ sampling progress.
4)Â Post-delivery tank measurementsÂ on bunker bargeÂ and receiving
5)Â CalculationsÂ ofÂ fuel quantities transferred.
OurÂ bunkerÂ surveyorsÂ offer an independentÂ and Â impartialÂ quantity
measurementÂ serviceÂ forÂ bunker fuels. WeÂ provideÂ comprehensive
documentationÂ forÂ eachÂ survey Â to support Â any shortageÂ claimsÂ or