Maiden Marine Surveys (MMS) provides Port Captain Services and Cargo Surveys being on guard of the customers’ interests, saving their time and money. MMS offers supervision of the proper cargo stowage, separation and lashing. This kind of marine superintendent services guarantees safe cargo operations as well as ensures safe navigation and delivery of cargo to the port of destination.
Onboard the vessel Port Captain and Cargo Survey Professional surveyor is able to perform a number of marine surveying services. If necessary, marine surveying services reports, supplied with detailed comments, advice and imagery can be issued on a daily basis to reflect the real state of matters on board the ship.
With our extensive cargo-related expertise, Clients can rest assured that our appointed specialists will assist and provide them with round the clock monitoring for:
A full supercargo services report contains the following documents:
Our Port Captain Services and Cargo Surveys Service is an economical service that providing a crucial link between the vessel operation and your vessel operator. The information is available almost instantly, allowing you to change procedures during operation. Daily reports and photos with competent comments and advice will show you a real-time situation on board the ship. Having an on-scene representative to coordinate and supervise your vessels in port operations will greatly improve performance, reliability and translate into overall savings. The primary duties and responsibilities of our Port Captain are to protect our clients´ interests, avoiding against extra expenses, but assist in assuring safe, positive, expeditious results.
Classification societies agreed in 2001 that ultrasonic testing, when carried out with class type-approved equipment and qualified operators, was acceptable as an alternative method to hose testing for determining the weathertight integrity of hatch covers for class and statutory inspections. IACS developed standards and criteria under IACS UR Z17 for firms engaged in ultrasonic testing. This was necessary to ensure that surveyors checking hatch covers for class and statutory purposes were familiar with the theory of ultrasound and had practical testing experience and basic knowledge of hatch-cover design, maintenance and repairs. Calibrated and classification society type-approved equipment should always be used so that repeatability of test results is guaranteed.
We use the latest model of SDT HATChecker Ultrasonic hatch cover testing device which is always kept calibrated and ready for use. We provide a standard Ultrasonic Hatch Cover Test Report in a format acceptable by the P&I clubs, Classification Societies and Flag States.
The use of ultrasonic testing equipment has other benefits, including the following.
For ordering an Ultrasonic Hatch cover tightness test, please contact us with vessel details.