Part a -summary report



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PART A –SUMMARY REPORT

  1. DETAILS



SHIP’S NAME:




Ship Type & DWT




INSPECTION LOCATION:

SHANGHAI (CHINA)

Date(s) and time(s) of inspection:

.

7:00 HRS – 21:00 HRS, 9/3/2019


Inspector Name




Inspection type






  1. VESSEL PHOTOGRAPH


Ship Photograph with front view showing ship name clearly.



Ship’s photo- Bird-Eye view from Monkey Island or Bridge showing complete deck from top





  1. SURVEYOR’S SUMMARY

Please write executive summary inside the below box.

Surveyor Executive Summary-


Example of surveyor’s Summary:-


SUMMARY:

Pre-purchase Condition Assessment Inspection of ‘M/V Name was carried out on 9th of March 2018 at Shanghai in China. The vessel was inspected whilst docking at HRDD Shanghai


The Class survey position is satisfactory with intermediate Survey currently in progress and last special Survey carried out on 9th of July 2017.
Classification is NK with notation:
NS*(BC-A), BC-XII, GRAB) (ESP)(PSCM)
Strengthened for heavy cargo loading where hold nos. 2 & 4 may be empty.
Condition of main deck was found satisfactory, well painted & marked though had some localized rust spots on cross decks & was covered with grit, dust because of dry docking works in progress.
General condition of engine room was found satisfactory .Bilges & tank top were found clean & devoid of water or oil accumulation . Machinery routine maintenance were checked & found equipment’s within the stipulated overhaul interval's.
Fore peak , no 1 P & S DB tanks & no 1 & 3 TST(S) tanks were inspected The condition of tanks were found satisfactory with paint coating & anodes intact & no significant damages, cracks or dents noted though significant mud deposits were found especially in the forward DB tanks .
Condition of Cargo holds though not blasted & painted during the current drydock was found good with paint coating intact , no dents ,deformation, scratch & rust marks on the bulkheads noted . Though tank tops had rust patches & some minor dents at a few places though not significant in nature were found.
Vessel has no open condition of class .
Vessel has extension from USCG for BWTS installation valid till next scheduled dry-docking after April 1, 2019. As per IMO vessel is supposed to comply with D2 regulation for Ballast water treatment system (BWTS) by first renewal survey of IOPP which in this case is 25th July 2020.
The vessel was initially not fitted with ECDIS & one ECDIS from Furuno was installed during the current drydocking of the vessel .
Condition of cargo gear cranes were found satisfactory. Vessel does not have grabs , as per vessel all four cranes are in good operational condition & has been recently used .
During routine checks during dry dock as per ship staff white metals particles were found in the stern tube bearings & clearances found exceeding hence tail shaft was disconnected & problem is being investigated & rectified .
Vessel has been built by Mitsui engineering & shipbuilding company Tamano ( Japan) & design and quality of construction is good also the general maintenance of the vessel was found satisfactory .
General maintenance of the ship, like greasing, painting, housekeeping was found satisfactory. The overall condition corresponds well to age and is satisfactory.

All ratings used within this inspection report are to be in accordance with the following Idwal Ratings/Nomenclature.





4.0 SHIP’S PARTICULARS




Ship's Name







IMO Number







Ship built as







Vessel Type







Classification Society







Class notations







GRT







Summer DWT







Last docking







Last Class Special Survey







Flag/Port of Registry







Ship Yard of Last Docking







Date Delivered







Builder







Registered Owner







Charterer







ISM Managers







Main Engine type (Make & Model)







Power rating ( MCR, NCR, ECO RPM)







Cylinder Lubricator type

(Alpha Lubricator or Mechanical Type)









No of Aux Engines







Aux Engine (Make & Model & Rating)







Boiler: Make & Type







Boiler Rating /Capacity







Shaft/Turbine alternator







Bow Thrusters







Ballast water treatment system







Type of Propeller







Cargo Cranes (Make, type)







Cargo Cranes SWL







No’s of Cargo Holds







Total cargo Holds Capacity







ECDISC: Make & Type







Main Engine Safety Control System & Governor (Maker and Type)







No of Crew present on board







Fire Detection & Extinguishing for Cargo Holds







Fire Detection & Extinguishing system for Engine Room




5.0 Grading System

1

(unsatisfactory)

Condition of inadequate strength or operational efficiency. Immediate extensive repair or renewal required to restore vessel serviceability.

2

(Poor)

Significant defect or damage present that require remedial action.

3

(Fair)

Obvious wear & tear, and other moderate deficiencies, require some level of corrective actions or repair works

4

(Good)

Non-significant wear & tear or minor defect, no immediate corrective action required

5

(Very Good)

Unimpaired condition without wear or deviation from original strength or operating efficiency



Item

Grade

Reason for Very Good and/or Unsatisfactory grading

Hull External







Main Deck & fitting







Focstle & Poop deck

And Mooring Equipment







Ballast Tanks & Void Spaces







Cargo Holds & Cargo Cranes







Navigation & Communication Equipment







Accommodation







Engine Room and Machineries







LSA







FFA







Pollution Control







Shipboard Management







Crew Welfare







6.0 Areas of Concerns, Recommendations, Features

Severity: Critical, Major Issue, Minor Issue

Features: Positive Good Feature adds to the value of ship

Issue/Feature

Severity

Due date

Approx cost













































































































































































































Please add more rows as required

7.0 Speed Consumption Description:

Condition


Speed

Load

Ship’s Logs

Charter Party

KN

%

FO

DO

FO

DO

Ballast







MT

MT

MT

MT

Loaded







MT

MT

MT

MT

Idle

at Port








MT

MT

MT

MT

Active

at Port








MT

MT

MT

MT

Comments



Example:

The vessel is currently sailing with slow steaming according to the requirement of the charterers.

Consumption of main engine according verbal information from crew:


  • Full sea speed laden 32.8 mt HFO 380 / day, Speed: 14.0 Knots @ 115 rpm

  • Full sea speed ballast 32.8 mt HFO 380 / day, Speed: 14.5 Knots @ 115 rpm

  • Economical speed (50%) laden abt 22.4 mt HFO 380 / day Speed: 11.5 Knots @ 100rpm

  • Economical speed (50%) ballast abt 22.4 mt HFO 380 / day Speed: 12 Knots @ 100rpm

AVG. F.O. consumption in port .(LOADING) - 5.5 MT & 0.2 MT DO

AVG. F.O. consumption in port .(IDLE ) - 2.6 MT & 0.2 MT DO
LO Consumption

M/E cylinder oil: 140 ltrs @ 115 RPM (Alpha Lubricator)

M/E cylinder oil: 100 ltrs @ 100 RPM (Alpha Lubricator)
M/E system oil (MECC): 45-50 ltrs /day

A/E system oil (AECC): 8-10 lts/day


8.0 Class Status


CLASS NAME

AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING

LAST CLASS REPORT




CURRENT CONDITION OF CLASS




CURRENT MEMORANDA OF CLASS




COMMENTS

State if there is any flag state dispensation




  1. CONDITION SUMMARY

Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging Results
(In paragraph a summary of report extract in maximum 200 words)

- Highlight how is the condition of hull plating thickness. Maximum and Minimum diminution of cargo holds and Ballast Tanks. When last thickness gauging was done and were the result satisfactory?

- Is there any steel renewal recommended in the last gauging report?


HULL
Summary in max 200 words

-Highlight if any damage (location with frame numbers), sign of wear, dent, deformation,

- Condition of the underwater hull – any sign of sea growth

- Rudder stock if visible, or propeller blades tip if visible

- Condition of anchor and Anchor chain

- Condition of the Draft Marks and Plimsoll marking

- Gang ways

- Paint condition





FOC'SLE & POOP DECK


MAINDECK & FITTINGS
Summary in max 200 words

- Condition of coating and surface preparation?

- Any visible damage?

Condition of hydraulic piping

- Condition of Deck piping and conduit

- Condition of Deck hose handling Crane

- Condition of Bunker Manifold, how many manifolds,

- Condition of life boat davits and cranes



- Railing bulkwark, small hatches, water tight doors, Fore peak stores, deck stores,


BALLAST TANKS & VOID SPACES
Fore peak , no 1 P & S DB tanks & no 1 & 3 TST(S) tanks were inspected The condition of tanks were found satisfactory with paint coating & anodes intact & no serious damages, cracks or dents noted though some significant mud deposits were noted especially in the forward DB tanks


GALLEY & ACCOMMODATION
Galley and accommodation spaces were found in good condition, clean and tidy. Though accommodation deck especially funnel deck needs some cleaning & upgradation Meat room & fish rooms were also inspected & found in satisfactory condition.


NAVIGATING BRIDGE & COMMUNICATING EQUIPMENT
The vessel was not fitted with ECDIS & one ECDIS(Furuno) was installed during the current drydocking of the vessel. Vessel to use paper charts as secondary means of navigation. Remaining bridge equipment including Radar, GPS, Echo sounder, VDR, gyro compass was found & reported to be in good working condition.



ENGINE ROOM, MACHINERY & MACHINERY SPACES
General condition of engine room was found satisfactory. Bilges & tank top had were found clean & devoid of water or oil accumulation . Machinery routine maintenance were checked & found equipment’s within the stipulated overhaul interval's


FIRE & SAFETY APPLIANCES
They were found in satisfactory condition. Inspection records found up-dated. No alarms or defects were noted in the fire alarm panel or any problems reported .



LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT
They were found in good condition. Vessel is equipped with free fall lifeboat Same was lowered to water level using davits recently & tried out successfully. Rescue boat’s, life rafts & lifebuoys were also found in satisfactory condition.


SAFE WORKING
Crew found using PPE & employing safe working practises though time was short to fully assess same.


POLLUTION CONTROL
Pollution control equipment were found in good order.




ONBOARD MANAGEMENT & CREW MOTIVATION
Onboard crew management was found satisfactory with crew found adequately motivated & happy during work hours.


CARGO SYSTEMS
Condition of Cargo holds though not blasted & painted during the current drydock was found good with paint coating intact ,no dents ,deformation, scratch & rust marks on the bulkheads . Though tank tops had rust patches & some dents at couple of places though not serious.
Condition of cargo gear cranes were found satisfactory. Vessel does not have grabs as per vessel all four cranes are in good operational condition & has been recently used




  1. Machinery Running Hours

Machineries

Total Running Hours

Running Hour Since Last O’haul

Main Engine







AE 1







AE2







AE3









Some Representative Photographs

  1. Hull External




















  1. Foc’stle and Poop Deck


















3- Main Deck and Deck Macinery


















4.0 Cargo Holds and Hatch Covers
















5.0 Navigation Bridge and Accommodation


















6.0 Engine Room Machineries


















7.0 . Cargo Cranes and Grabs


















8.0 Life Saving Appliances


















9.0 Environment Protection


















10. Fire fighting System























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