CLASSIFICATION AND STATUTORY SURVEYS


vessel ship Condition Valuation Survey Rotterdam

CLASSIFICATION AND STATUTORY SURVEYS

National Shipping Adjusters INC (NASHA) was founded in 1985, as one of the first Recognized Organization (RO) and Classification Society, duly authorized by the Panamanian Government to conduct statutory surveys, class and certification. NASHA goal is to offer a reliable, flexible and cost-effective service, without compromising its great concern dedicated to ensuring the safety of life at sea, and the prevention of pollution of the marine environment. For the above mentioned, NASHA operates under ISO-9001-2015, in compliance with IMO standards, National and International Regulations, these are a guaranty to offer a quality service. To provide worldwide services, NASHA has established a network of qualified and experienced surveyors located in major ports of the world.

Type of surveys/inspections includes the following:

  • Hull Survey
  • Machinery Survey
  • Boiler Survey
  • Reefer Survey
  • Cargo Gear Survey
  • Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate
  • Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate
  • Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate
  • International Load Line Certificate
  • International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate
  • International Tonnage Certificate
  • Certificate of Inspection of Crew Accommodation
  • Document of Compliance (ISM -DOC for Company)
  • Safety Management Certificate (ISM-SMC for Shipboard)
  • International Ship Security Certificate (ISPS-ISSC for Shipboard)
  • Maritime Labour Certificate (ILO MLC 2006)

Maiden Marine Surveys via an agreement with NASHA and Flag Administration is duly authorized to perform statutory surveys, audits and plan approvals as per various International Maritime Conventions, Codes and National Regulations.

FLAG STATE INSPECTIONS

Flag State Inspections are intended to assist the Master, officers and crew in maintaining a high level of safety, security & environmental awareness in the operation of the vessel and to advise the owners/operators/managers of the conditions noted during the inspection. Inspectors are required to spot check the vessel’s safety and fire fighting equipment to ensure that it is operational and the crew is competent in its use, in compliance with the provisions of the appropriate national & international conventions, codes and practices.

We are authorized as Flag State Inspectors on behalf of:

  • St. Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry

Contact us for specific job requirements.

Maiden Marine Surveys is based in Rotterdam, the Maritime Capital of Europe.

Contact Us

Phone: +31 626 555 160

info@maidensurveys.com

Lodewijk Pincoffsweg,3071AS, Rotterdam, The Netherland