VESSEL CONDITION & PRE-PURCHASE SURVEY


vessel ship marine surveyors


Vessel Condition and Pre-purchase Survey is some of the most exhaustive types of inspections. The scope is the full inspection of the ship, supplemented by special areas of concern or any client’s needs. We carry out Vessel Condition Valuation Inspection & Vessel Pre-purchase Surveys on behalf of potential buyers and appointed by a wide range of companies.

Our clients include, but not limited to, Global Inspection Companies, Ship Managers, Ship Operators, Ship Owners, Ship Brokers, S&P Companies, etc.

Vessel Condition or Pre-purchase Survey involves the complete inspection of the ship:

  • Hull, decks & deck machinery.
  • Cargo spaces, equipment & machinery.
  • Bridge, navigation & communication equipment
  • Accommodation spaces.
  • Ballast tanks & void spaces.
  • Engine Room & all machinery spaces.
  • LSA & FFE.
  • Technical documentation & maintenance records.
  • Statutory & Class certificates.
  • Specific buyer’s requirements to target.

We can attend any type of ship,  tanker, bulk carrier, containerships, ferry, ro-ro, car-carriers, livestock vessels, etc., to carry out a pre-purchase inspection in order to assess the condition of the ship prior to being purchased.

Being at the heart of Rotterdam, we cover mainly Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp ranges, including other ports in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands . We also attend vessels in the rest of Europe when our esteemed clients ask us to do so.

With our local partners, we have extended our inspection and surveying capabilities to East and West Africa. Our service range in East Africa covers ports: Assab, Massawa, Djibouti, Port Sudan and Mombasa. We have local presence in West African ports such as Dakar, Conakry, Monrovia, Abidjan, Accra, Lome, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Douala and Matadi.

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