• MBT - Naval Surveyor

    Explore this career and dozens more at mybigtomorrow.com.au. A project of the Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education at the University of Newcastle, Australia. "It’s taken me around the world, every ship you go on is different so its always a challenge."

    published: 11 Mar 2015
  • Team Profile: Rhys Davies, Senior Surveyor // IXBLUE // Marine Survey Specialists

    http://www.survey.ixblue.com Meet Rhys Davies, IXBLUE Australia's (formerly IXSURVEY) Senior Surveyor. Rhys began his career in the Navy and has worked with IXBLUE Australia since 2008. He is currently completing his Postgraduate Diploma and enjoys travelling to remote locations for his work. IXBLUE Australia provides hydrographic surveys in accordance with stringent International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) standards or equivalent. Our teams of highly experienced and accredited hydrographers conduct surveys globally for Government agencies, the Oil & Gas, Energy, Telecommunications and Marine Renewables sectors. Accurate surveying is crucial for the production of nautical charts that are relied upon by mariners around the world for safe navigation and protection of the marine env...

    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • Marine Surveyor Ship Training

    Marine Engineering Propellor Shaft reinstallation The Marine Engineering (Mechanical) division is utilised and relied upon by both our Australian and overseas global client base, local and overseas insurers and Australian statutory government maritime bodies. Our marine engineers and Technicians have a variety of sea going experience and have served as Chief Engineers and also ashore as superintendents. Our expertise features strongly in matters involving machinery failure investigation, propulsion and component integrity and failure, vessel compliance, marine insurance claims, cargo handling equipment and vessel surveys and audits Maritime Consultants Australia Pty Ltd are the leading providers of independent Commercal Shipping and Vessel Marine Engineering, Marine Surveying, and I...

    published: 26 Dec 2012
  • US Navy Missile Instructor confirms FLAT EARTH - SW21 - Mark Sargent ✅

    Please like and subscribe! msargent23@comcast.net 303-494-6631 Send strange stuff to 2410 James Place #502 Langley WA 98260 http://enclosedworld.com/ Join the Flat Earth Army! https://www.etsy.com/shop/CuriositysDesigns Shirts designed and sold by the Peanut Gallery Are we inside a Truman show enclosed world, thousands of miles wide? This is part of a series of videos that shows not only is it possible, but likely. The Flat Earth awakening is the biggest story to hit this world in Millennia. I am humble to be just a part of this massive force of truth, one that's going to change the world and how you live forever. This new site is dedicated to everything that is real and true about the place where you live, a place that has until now, been hidden from you. Join me in rediscovering the ...

    published: 20 Sep 2015
  • MARINE ENGINEERS - BROKEN SHIP PROPELLOR AND INSPECTION BY MARINE SURVEYOR

    Maritime Consultants Australia P/L. Marine Engineering Ship Survey and Examinaton. (Propulsion Failure). Controllable Pitch Propellor (C.P.P) and Tail Shaft removal for examination. MARITIME CONSULTANTS AUSTRALIA - Western Australia, N.T and Australian East Coast Operations (Commercial Shipping) Marine Engineering and Surveying Consultants. We consult to all Maritime Insurers Worldwide. Maritime Consultants Australia Pty Ltd are appointed internationally , as the preferred trusted provider of Marine Engineering and Marine Surveying within Australia by our clients in the UK- Lloyds, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China and Japan. Our expertise features strongly in matters involving Bulk Carrier, Dry cargo, RoRo - machinery failure, propulsion, engineering, surveying, component integrity and failu...

    published: 14 Jul 2012
  • Marine surveyor

    A Marine surveyor is a person who conducts inspections, surveys or examinations of marine vessels to assess, monitor and report on their condition and the products on them, as well as inspects damage caused to both vessels and cargo. Marine surveyors also inspect equipment intended for new or existing vessels to ensure compliance with various standards or specifications. Marine surveys typically include the structure, machinery and equipment and general condition of a vessel and/or cargo. It also includes judging materials on board and their condition. Because certifications and subsequently payments are processed only after the surveyor has expressed his or her satisfaction, a marine surveyor holds a prestigious position and is held with much regard in the shipbuilding industry. Marine Su...

    published: 22 Oct 2015
  • Explosion on board the vessel CALIFORNIA on 2003 / Marine Surveyors Barcelona

    Explosion on board the vessel CALIFORNIA on 2003 loaded with HBI Fines

    published: 19 Jul 2012
  • FORCE5 Marine Survey Report Software Tutorial - add scanned signature file demo

    FORCE5 Marine Survey Report Software Tutorial - add scanned signature file demo For More Information Please Visit: http://www.force5.org

    published: 04 Jul 2009
  • Cal 40 Segment 4, What the marine survey uncovered.

    In Cal 40 Segment 4 the marine surveyor does here inspection and review of the shape of the boat.

    published: 31 Aug 2015
  • Surveyors

    published: 21 Apr 2014
  • Capt. V.MASSEY. MNI (Inspectores Marítimos) / Marine Surveyors Barcelona

    EXTRACTO DEL REPORTAJE SOBRE "INSPECTORES MARITIMOS" REALIZADO EN OCTUBRE DEL AÑO 2000, POR EL PROGRAMA THALASSA DEL CANAL 33 DE LA TV DE CATALUNYA

    published: 05 Apr 2012
  • An Overview of Surveying Historic Vessels

    IMarEST TV recording of the 8 June 2017 technical lecture presented by Charles Deroko, AENY. Held in New York, this was a joint meeting of the IMarEST Eastern USA Branch with the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), the Society of Marine Port Engineers (SMPE), and the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE).

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • USS BELKNAP CG 26 - US NAVY - Life on board a warship

    USS Belknap (DLG-26/CG-26), named for Rear Admirals George E. Belknap (1832--1903) and Reginald Rowan Belknap (1871--1959), was the lead ship of her class of guided missile cruisers in the United States Navy. She was launched as DLG-26, a guided missile frigate under the then-current designation system, and reclassified as CG-26 on 30 June 1975. Belknap was decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 15 February 1995 and sunk as a target on 24 September 1998. CLASS - BELKNAP Displacement 8,957 Tons, Dimensions, 547' (oa) x 54' 10" x 29' (Max) Armament 1 Terrier/ASROC (60 Missiles) 1 x 5"/54RF, 2 x 3"/50, 6 x12.75" TT. Machinery, 85,000 SHP; Geared Turbines, 2 screws Speed, 34 Knots, Crew 400. Operational and Building Data Keel laid on 05 FEB 1962 by Bath Iron Works, Bath,...

    published: 18 Mar 2014
  • Marine Surveyors Essex - E B Marine Surveys

    E B Marine Surveys provide boat surveys and boat valuations throughout the UK. More info http://www.scoot.co.uk/641163472

    published: 26 Jan 2010
  • Chapter Three/Part One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Blue Water

    Script Sample - See the entire script here http://www.bcgfile.com/ASMA/1812/BlueWater1.html The United States went to war on June 18, 1812 and the battle cry of the nation was "Free Trade and Sailors' Rights." It was largely on blue water that the United States maritime forces and American privateers found their greatest success in the "Second War of Independence with Great Britain." And most of these victories occurred in the early months of the War before the United Kingdom realized the power of the American frigates and the competence of American gunnery and seamanship and before it could devote naval resources to the American theater from the hard fought European wars. When they eventually did and began to blockade American ports, warfare on blue water by the Americans greatly diminis...

    published: 19 Mar 2014
  • Marine Surveyors - Valencia (SPAIN)

    AB SURVEYORS - Your eyes at the dock. Your eyes on board. We are a firm of inspectors, marine and cargo surveyors, with head office in Valencia (SPAIN). A fresh, dynamic and independent company. We carry out ship, cargo and inspections in all logistics centres, and ports of Valencia, Sagunto, Alicante and Castellón areas. Ship inspections are carried out in all Spain and European Union countries. We are experts the naval sector, in both the shipping industry and recreational boating. We provide inspection and control of goods, monitoring loading and unloading operations, ship inspections, assessment of damage to goods and ship, pleasure craft surveys, etc. Our goal is to be your eyes at the dock and your eyes on board; To work with you and carry out independent services that limit ...

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Life on Ship, Part 1 of 3

    The first of a three part video, giving a short view of life on ship for the Marines of the 31st MEU.

    published: 01 Oct 2011
  • Marine Surveyor Cargo - Trimando el carbon (trimming Coal).

    Capt. Fco Espitia P. Master Marine Surveyor. fespitia@marinesurveyor.com.co namador@metrotel.net.co Barranquilla,Colombia.

    published: 19 Jul 2013
  • Chapter One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Introduction

    Script sample - See the full script here http://www.bcgfile.com/ASMA/1812/Introduction.html WHY 1812 IS REVELENT TODAY The first self-awareness as a nation state for both the Americans and Canadians is rooted in the War of 1812. The nationalism that resulted from the War became the foundation for "Manifest Destiny" in America and eventual independence for Canada in 1867 and the Westward expansion of both countries. On the anvil of war in the conflicts leading up to and during the War of 1812 the maritime forces of the young American nation -- the Navy, the Marines and the predecessor of the Coast Guard, the Revenue Cutter Service, were hammered into the nuclei of what would become two centuries later the most powerful maritime force the world has ever known -- a force for global good i...

    published: 09 Apr 2014
  • Lunar Photography: "Assignment: Shoot the Moon" 1967 NASA; Ranger, Surveyor, Lunar Orbiter

    more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/astro/project_apollo.html "National Aeronautics and Space Administration... This film summarizes the exploration of the Moon conducted through unmanned Ranger, Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, and shows how such detailed data and photography contributed to the first manned flights to the Moon. The film describes the complexities of closeup photography of the Moon, and includes good views of craters, mountain ranges and other lunar terrain." NASA film HQ-167 Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack w...

    published: 19 Aug 2015
  • Plain Bearings: Interpreting Damage 1972 US Navy Training Film; Mechanical Maintenance & Repair

    US Navy Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA40407C12E5E35A7 more at http://quickfound.net/ "Interpreting Service Damage in Bearings: Plain Bearings" "This film will help you detect failure symptoms in plain bearings, and like a doctor, prescribe a cure on the basis of your diagnosis..." US Navy Training Film MN-11128B ROLLING Bearings training: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTt7ksjY8aw Produced for the US Navy by The White Association. Originally a public domain film from the US Navy, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equa...

    published: 25 Oct 2017
  • Commercial Marine Solutions - Accredited Marine Surveyors Australia

    Commercial Marine Solutions (http://www.cmsmdc.com) are passionate about creating innovative, practical and cost-effective design and consulting solutions for the marine industry. CMS have experience across multiple vessel and material types including steel, aluminium, timber and fibreglass. CMS base all new designs on existing and proven hulls which are continually reviewed and updated through our research and development program. This approach provides the best possible outcome for performance and operational profile. In addition, CMS use a requirements based methodology that ensures the design is right the first time. With our broad range of experience across multiple market segments, CMS are available to provide designs that consistently meet our client's expectations. CMS provide co...

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • Atlantic Marine Associates

    Commanding rich resources of knowledge and skill, Atlantic Marine Associates, Inc. (AMA) is a leading provider of marine surveying, consulting and expert witness services. Enjoying a truly global reach, AMA is able to serve clients in any and every part of the world. AMA offers unsurpassed capabilities in two main areas: Marine surveying and consultancy services Expert witness services AMA seeks to deliver exceptional value to clients through the intimate understanding of their needs by a highly professional staff which includes master mariners, marine engineers and naval architects. Staff affiliations include the Maritime Law Association of the United States, the American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, the Association of Average Adjusters of the United Stat...

    published: 08 May 2017
  • 政府工 - 驗船主任 (2) (海事處)

    香港海事處的驗船主任分為三個專業領域:輪機、船舶和航海。 李耀光博士現時任職海事處船舶事務科(保安及品質管理組)高級驗船主任,在海事處工作已有二十多年。當初他憑著豐富的航海經驗,入職海事處助理海事監督。其後不斷進修,先後取得學士學位和博士學位,還修畢香港大學法律文憑課程,更因而在部門內逐步獲得晉升。 至於現時任職於海事處政府船隊科(政府新建船舶組)驗船主任(船舶)的鄭耀光,自從在格拉斯哥大學取得船舶設計學位之後,一直從事造船及輪機相關的工作。當他成為了造船工程師學會的會員,再累積4年相關經驗,便加入海事處工作。 當法庭召開有關海事意外的聆訊時,驗船主任(航海)有機會被傳召到庭上擔任專家證人,講解海事相關的事宜。海事處政府船隊科(政府新建船舶組)的驗船主任(船舶)則充當各政府部門的船舶顧問,就訂造或購買新船提供專業意見,並負責監督造船和檢驗等工作。 他們都認為驗船主任的職位不但待遇優厚,還能讓任職者從工作中獲得滿足感。 The work of a Surveyor of Ships at the Hong Kong Marine Department covers the following three specialized areas: Engineer, Ship, and Nautical. Dr Stephen Li, currently Senior Surveyor of Ships in the Shipping Division (Security & Quality Assurance Section), has been with the Marine Department for over 20 years. With a wealth of experience in sailing, he joined the Marine Depar...

    published: 11 Sep 2017
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MBT - Naval Surveyor
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MBT - Naval Surveyor

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Explore this career and dozens more at mybigtomorrow.com.au. A project of the Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education at the University of Newcastle, Australia. "It’s taken me around the world, every ship you go on is different so its always a challenge."
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Team Profile: Rhys Davies, Senior Surveyor // IXBLUE // Marine Survey Specialists
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Team Profile: Rhys Davies, Senior Surveyor // IXBLUE // Marine Survey Specialists

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http://www.survey.ixblue.com Meet Rhys Davies, IXBLUE Australia's (formerly IXSURVEY) Senior Surveyor. Rhys began his career in the Navy and has worked with IXBLUE Australia since 2008. He is currently completing his Postgraduate Diploma and enjoys travelling to remote locations for his work. IXBLUE Australia provides hydrographic surveys in accordance with stringent International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) standards or equivalent. Our teams of highly experienced and accredited hydrographers conduct surveys globally for Government agencies, the Oil & Gas, Energy, Telecommunications and Marine Renewables sectors. Accurate surveying is crucial for the production of nautical charts that are relied upon by mariners around the world for safe navigation and protection of the marine environment. Our team has extensive experience in the planning, collection, processing and reporting of data needed to meet the strict guidelines set by government hydrographic authorities. Since 2008 we have provided nautical charting services to Land Information New Zealand. With the award of eight major projects, we’ve surveyed over 30,000 Nm with high resolution multi-beam echo sounder and delivered quality data for the production of official New Zealand nautical charts.
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Marine Surveyor Ship Training
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Marine Surveyor Ship Training

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Marine Engineering Propellor Shaft reinstallation The Marine Engineering (Mechanical) division is utilised and relied upon by both our Australian and overseas global client base, local and overseas insurers and Australian statutory government maritime bodies. Our marine engineers and Technicians have a variety of sea going experience and have served as Chief Engineers and also ashore as superintendents. Our expertise features strongly in matters involving machinery failure investigation, propulsion and component integrity and failure, vessel compliance, marine insurance claims, cargo handling equipment and vessel surveys and audits Maritime Consultants Australia Pty Ltd are the leading providers of independent Commercal Shipping and Vessel Marine Engineering, Marine Surveying, and Inspection to the Maritime Industry. for Global Marine Insurance Underwriters and Maritime Safety Agencies. Ship and commercial fleet machinery failure investigation, propulsion and component integrity and failure, vessel compliance, G.A marine insurance claims, cargo handling equipment and vessel surveys and audits.Experienced technical engineering compliance survey auditing DNV & Germanisher Lloyd Technical Engineering Inspection of existing ships as per Class,Statutory and International codes. Compliance of Class, Standards, Flag State previous Survey reports including; Dry Cargo, Self Loaders Ro--Ro, Heavy Lift, Container, Bulk Carrier and Multi- purpose. Forensic Engineering Material and Component Surveying. Technical Inspection of Ship maintenance periods and preparation of vessels for periodical surveys. Controlling and oversight of vessel ISM, ISO 9001, Environment - ISO 14001 and I.S.P.S quality and safety management planning. Services to all Maritime Insurers Worldwide for our overseas and local Clients and Marine Underwriters Globally include: ■International and local maritime insurers and underwriters including LLOYDS' Agents and XChanging, London ■International freight forwarders and Ship owners ■Shipping and transport logistic providers. Portainer Crane Inspection and annual Survey inspections ■Statutory marine safety agencies. ■ Trusted provider of Marine Engineering and Marine Surveying within Australia by our clients in the UK, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Japan and Lloyds Agents around the world. We also conduct regular discharge inspections and extensive engineering and stowage assessments. Government maritime commercial vessel -shipping mechanical engineering and surveying experience, over 120 separate maritime investigations for Government Maritime bodies including Coronial Inquests Certified by Lloyds Maritime Collage, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Surveying. -Classification, Stability, MEng, Nav Arch Vessel fleet structural insurance damage surveys. ■User errorMechanical engineering claim investigation.(Lloyds UK) ■Forensic Marine Engineering ■Refrigerated Cargo Inspections. ■Containerised freight loss and damage ■Defence and Navy Vessel requirements ■Corrosions and coatings ■Damage Survey, warranty and insurance investigation. ■Discharge/unloading surveying Bulk Containerised/Break Bulk ■Marine Engineering component failure analysis and testing. ■Electrical/Gas/Petroleum (fire/explosion) claims ■Mechanical diesel/petrol propulsion evaluation and damage investigation ■USL Code and National Code Compliance ■Hydraulic Component failure and tail shaft Shearing ■Wharf structure damage investigation ■Experienced Internationally Accredited Commercial fleet surveyors IIMS. ■Marine Safety Compliance and Commercial vessel risk Management ■Portainer Crane & transit containerised failure Please contact our Administration staff via our website www.maritimeconsultants.com.au
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US Navy Missile Instructor confirms FLAT EARTH - SW21 - Mark Sargent ✅
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US Navy Missile Instructor confirms FLAT EARTH - SW21 - Mark Sargent ✅

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Please like and subscribe! msargent23@comcast.net 303-494-6631 Send strange stuff to 2410 James Place #502 Langley WA 98260 http://enclosedworld.com/ Join the Flat Earth Army! https://www.etsy.com/shop/CuriositysDesigns Shirts designed and sold by the Peanut Gallery Are we inside a Truman show enclosed world, thousands of miles wide? This is part of a series of videos that shows not only is it possible, but likely. The Flat Earth awakening is the biggest story to hit this world in Millennia. I am humble to be just a part of this massive force of truth, one that's going to change the world and how you live forever. This new site is dedicated to everything that is real and true about the place where you live, a place that has until now, been hidden from you. Join me in rediscovering the awesome power and potential of our civilization. Together we can take back the secrets and knowledge, and become great again. This is my personal declaration of war from Flat Earth against mainstream science. I, Mark Sargent, hereby put forth a challenge to any university, foreign or domestic, to debate or discuss the Flat Earth reality. The short version is this: You fly me in, take care of my hotel, and I'll face down any scientific body you put against me. My only debate requirement is that you have someone with a Master's degree in a physical science either participating in, or supervising the event. Accept this challenge, and you will be treated with respect. If not, then you're just cowards hiding behind empty equations. https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/blog/2015/07/20/new-blue-marble https://beyondhorizons.eu/ George Orwell Tribune, 27 December 1946 Most people, if asked to prove that the earth is round, would not even bother to produce the rather weak arguments I have outlined above. They would start off by saying that ‘everyone knows’ the earth to be round, and if pressed further, would become angry. In a way Shaw is right. This is a credulous age, and the burden of knowledge which we now have to carry is partly responsible. Secretary's Desk I live in a Magic Show with many Creative Forces Hiding God but I am in it for The Long Haul because I am more than another Soul in the System I have Depth Perception and New Eyes. I visit the Empty Theaters and admire Byrd Wall and all of the misguided Map Makers inhabiting the ol Status Quo when we are all truly dreaming of Shell Beach. ;-) https://worldofwarcraft.com/en-us/character/stonemaul/marksargent
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MARINE ENGINEERS - BROKEN SHIP PROPELLOR  AND INSPECTION BY MARINE SURVEYOR
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MARINE ENGINEERS - BROKEN SHIP PROPELLOR AND INSPECTION BY MARINE SURVEYOR

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Maritime Consultants Australia P/L. Marine Engineering Ship Survey and Examinaton. (Propulsion Failure). Controllable Pitch Propellor (C.P.P) and Tail Shaft removal for examination. MARITIME CONSULTANTS AUSTRALIA - Western Australia, N.T and Australian East Coast Operations (Commercial Shipping) Marine Engineering and Surveying Consultants. We consult to all Maritime Insurers Worldwide. Maritime Consultants Australia Pty Ltd are appointed internationally , as the preferred trusted provider of Marine Engineering and Marine Surveying within Australia by our clients in the UK- Lloyds, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China and Japan. Our expertise features strongly in matters involving Bulk Carrier, Dry cargo, RoRo - machinery failure, propulsion, engineering, surveying, component integrity and failure, vessel compliance, marine insurance claims, cargo handling equipment and vessel surveys and audits MARITIME CONSULTANTS AUSTRALIA Pty. Ltd. Contact us at maritimeconsult@optusnet.com.au National AUS only telephone: 0422 000 593. International only telephone: (+61) 422 000 593. Visit us at: www.maritimeconsultants.com.au View some of our proffesionals at; http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=191373728&locale=en_US&trk=tab_pro .
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Marine surveyor
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Marine surveyor

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A Marine surveyor is a person who conducts inspections, surveys or examinations of marine vessels to assess, monitor and report on their condition and the products on them, as well as inspects damage caused to both vessels and cargo. Marine surveyors also inspect equipment intended for new or existing vessels to ensure compliance with various standards or specifications. Marine surveys typically include the structure, machinery and equipment and general condition of a vessel and/or cargo. It also includes judging materials on board and their condition. Because certifications and subsequently payments are processed only after the surveyor has expressed his or her satisfaction, a marine surveyor holds a prestigious position and is held with much regard in the shipbuilding industry. Marine Surveyors are highly qualified and technically sound and are usually selected after thorough evaluation procedures as vessels ranging from small ferries to enormous crude oil carriers and cruise liners are approved to sail into the high seas based purely on their judgement,competence and integrity. Marine surveying is often closely associated with marine insurance, damage and salvage, accident and fraud investigation as insurers generally lack the training and skills required to perform a detailed assessment of the condition of a vessel. While marine surveyors are sometimes employed by insurers directly they maintain a certain professional autonomy in order to provide an unbiased view. Independent marine surveyors are often employed by the clients of marine insurers to provide evidence in support of damage claims made against the insurer. Insurance companies cannot require customers to use specific marine surveyors. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Explosion on board the vessel CALIFORNIA on 2003 / Marine Surveyors Barcelona
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Explosion on board the vessel CALIFORNIA on 2003 / Marine Surveyors Barcelona

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Explosion on board the vessel CALIFORNIA on 2003 loaded with HBI Fines
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FORCE5 Marine Survey Report Software Tutorial - add scanned signature file demo
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FORCE5 Marine Survey Report Software Tutorial - add scanned signature file demo

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FORCE5 Marine Survey Report Software Tutorial - add scanned signature file demo For More Information Please Visit: http://www.force5.org
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Cal 40 Segment 4, What the marine survey uncovered.
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Cal 40 Segment 4, What the marine survey uncovered.

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In Cal 40 Segment 4 the marine surveyor does here inspection and review of the shape of the boat.
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Surveyors
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Surveyors

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Capt. V.MASSEY. MNI (Inspectores Marítimos) / Marine Surveyors Barcelona
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Capt. V.MASSEY. MNI (Inspectores Marítimos) / Marine Surveyors Barcelona

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EXTRACTO DEL REPORTAJE SOBRE "INSPECTORES MARITIMOS" REALIZADO EN OCTUBRE DEL AÑO 2000, POR EL PROGRAMA THALASSA DEL CANAL 33 DE LA TV DE CATALUNYA
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An Overview of Surveying Historic Vessels
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An Overview of Surveying Historic Vessels

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IMarEST TV recording of the 8 June 2017 technical lecture presented by Charles Deroko, AENY. Held in New York, this was a joint meeting of the IMarEST Eastern USA Branch with the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), the Society of Marine Port Engineers (SMPE), and the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE).
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USS BELKNAP CG 26 - US NAVY - Life on board a warship
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USS BELKNAP CG 26 - US NAVY - Life on board a warship

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USS Belknap (DLG-26/CG-26), named for Rear Admirals George E. Belknap (1832--1903) and Reginald Rowan Belknap (1871--1959), was the lead ship of her class of guided missile cruisers in the United States Navy. She was launched as DLG-26, a guided missile frigate under the then-current designation system, and reclassified as CG-26 on 30 June 1975. Belknap was decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 15 February 1995 and sunk as a target on 24 September 1998. CLASS - BELKNAP Displacement 8,957 Tons, Dimensions, 547' (oa) x 54' 10" x 29' (Max) Armament 1 Terrier/ASROC (60 Missiles) 1 x 5"/54RF, 2 x 3"/50, 6 x12.75" TT. Machinery, 85,000 SHP; Geared Turbines, 2 screws Speed, 34 Knots, Crew 400. Operational and Building Data Keel laid on 05 FEB 1962 by Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME Launched 20 July, 1963 Commissioned 07 NOV 1964 Reclassified CG 26 on 30 JUN 1975 Collided with USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) on 22 NOV 1975 in the Ionian Sea.
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Marine Surveyors Essex - E B Marine Surveys
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Marine Surveyors Essex - E B Marine Surveys

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E B Marine Surveys provide boat surveys and boat valuations throughout the UK. More info http://www.scoot.co.uk/641163472
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Chapter Three/Part One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Blue Water
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Chapter Three/Part One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Blue Water

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Script Sample - See the entire script here http://www.bcgfile.com/ASMA/1812/BlueWater1.html The United States went to war on June 18, 1812 and the battle cry of the nation was "Free Trade and Sailors' Rights." It was largely on blue water that the United States maritime forces and American privateers found their greatest success in the "Second War of Independence with Great Britain." And most of these victories occurred in the early months of the War before the United Kingdom realized the power of the American frigates and the competence of American gunnery and seamanship and before it could devote naval resources to the American theater from the hard fought European wars. When they eventually did and began to blockade American ports, warfare on blue water by the Americans greatly diminished. The naval war opened in June when the predecessor of the United States Coast Guard, the Revenue Cutter Service, had the honor of taking the first ship of the conflict when the United States Revenue Cutter Jefferson captured the British brig Patriot. But tables turned against the Cuttermen when the British took the U.S.R.C. Commodore Barry (6) on August 3 and the U.S.R.C. James Madison (10) on August 22. However, by that time, the United States Navy had joined the fray for U.S. Navy Commodore John Rodgers had readied his squadron in New York and put to sea an hour after the news of the declaration of war reached the city from Washington. He sailed on the U.S. Frigate President (44) and had in his squadron: the U.S. Frigate United States (44) under Commodore Stephen Decatur; the U.S. Frigate Congress (38) under Captain John Smith; U.S. Brig Hornet (20) under Captain Lawrence and U.S. Brig Argus (20) under Lieutenant Sinclair. At sea they learned of a convoy bound from Jamica to Britain and, pursuing it, encountered the H.M. Frigate Belvidera (36) under Captain Byron that was escorting the convoy. The President and the Congress pursued with the President under Commander Rodgers taking the lead. When within range, Rodgers himself used a bow chaser to fire the first shot of the war at a British frigate -- a war the Belvidera did not know had been declared. It and two following shots found their mark, damaging the British frigate and killing or wounding nine men. Faced with this gunning accuracy and out matched by two to one as the Congress closed in, the Belvidera looked doomed.
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Marine Surveyors - Valencia (SPAIN)
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Marine Surveyors - Valencia (SPAIN)

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AB SURVEYORS - Your eyes at the dock. Your eyes on board. We are a firm of inspectors, marine and cargo surveyors, with head office in Valencia (SPAIN). A fresh, dynamic and independent company. We carry out ship, cargo and inspections in all logistics centres, and ports of Valencia, Sagunto, Alicante and Castellón areas. Ship inspections are carried out in all Spain and European Union countries. We are experts the naval sector, in both the shipping industry and recreational boating. We provide inspection and control of goods, monitoring loading and unloading operations, ship inspections, assessment of damage to goods and ship, pleasure craft surveys, etc. Our goal is to be your eyes at the dock and your eyes on board; To work with you and carry out independent services that limit your risk and provide you the confidence you need in your business and economic activities. Our experience, quality, independence and speed, make us the best solution for you or your company. Web: http://www.absurveyors.es Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/absurveyors Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ABsurveyors #youreyesonboard #youreyesatthedock Contact us: em@il: info@absurveyors.es Tel (Office): +34 963 81 17 30 Tel (24h): +34 605 565 726
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Life on Ship, Part 1 of 3
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Life on Ship, Part 1 of 3

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The first of a three part video, giving a short view of life on ship for the Marines of the 31st MEU.
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Marine Surveyor Cargo - Trimando el carbon (trimming Coal).
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Marine Surveyor Cargo - Trimando el carbon (trimming Coal).

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Capt. Fco Espitia P. Master Marine Surveyor. fespitia@marinesurveyor.com.co namador@metrotel.net.co Barranquilla,Colombia.
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Chapter One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Introduction
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Chapter One: Naval War of 1812 Illustrated - Introduction

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Script sample - See the full script here http://www.bcgfile.com/ASMA/1812/Introduction.html WHY 1812 IS REVELENT TODAY The first self-awareness as a nation state for both the Americans and Canadians is rooted in the War of 1812. The nationalism that resulted from the War became the foundation for "Manifest Destiny" in America and eventual independence for Canada in 1867 and the Westward expansion of both countries. On the anvil of war in the conflicts leading up to and during the War of 1812 the maritime forces of the young American nation -- the Navy, the Marines and the predecessor of the Coast Guard, the Revenue Cutter Service, were hammered into the nuclei of what would become two centuries later the most powerful maritime force the world has ever known -- a force for global good in keeping international sea lanes open free and the global economy functioning. The War of 1812 taught Americans the hard way the importance of having and maintaining strong maritime forces. When the Warwas over they demonstrated they had learned their lesson by increasing naval expenditures to build a fleet of capital ships --the only time in American history this ever happened. At the sound of a cannon blast, the solid dark blue background with the words "WHAT WAS IT ALL ABOUT?" comes up in white type. WHAT WAS IT ALL ABOUT? In order to understand why the War of 1812 happened, one has to go back over twenty years before the War to find its root cause: A revolution in France that plunged Europe into two decades of the most severe fighting the world had ever experienced and which made it very difficult -- and in the end impossible -- for the United States, under its new Constitution and federal government, to maintain its neutrality and not become entangled in the death struggle between Britain and France and their allies. In the eyes of the protagonists, trading with one camp made even a neutral an enemy of the other. This led America to war first with the French and then the British. But during these prologue years leading up to the War of 1812, the Barbary states along the North African coast posed another very real threat to American maritime interests in the Mediterranean. This, in fact, led the newly created Congress to authorize the construction of a number of remarkable frigates that were first used against the French in the Quasi-War of 1798 -- 1800 and then in the First Barbary War 1801 -- 1805. These naval conflicts with the French and the Barbary states provided the newly created Navy, Marines and Revenue Cutter Service -- the predecessor to the Coast Guard - with invaluable experience going into the War of 1812 with Great Britain. But continued refusal by the British to honor American right to free trade as a neutral and its aggressive campaign to "impress" thousands of American sailors into the Royal Navy to address its severe manpower shortages plus the perception by some Americans on the frontier that the British were actively supporting Native Americans in their resistance to American westward expansion led to war in June, 1812. WHO ARE THE REAL WINNERS? The Naval War of 1812 Illustrated follows the conflict into its three principal theaters: First, the oceans of Blue Water ; second, the Great Lakes and waters along the northern border of the United States; and, third, the Brown Waters of American coastal bays, estuaries, rivers and sounds.
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Lunar Photography: "Assignment: Shoot the Moon" 1967 NASA; Ranger, Surveyor, Lunar Orbiter
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Lunar Photography: "Assignment: Shoot the Moon" 1967 NASA; Ranger, Surveyor, Lunar Orbiter

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more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/astro/project_apollo.html "National Aeronautics and Space Administration... This film summarizes the exploration of the Moon conducted through unmanned Ranger, Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, and shows how such detailed data and photography contributed to the first manned flights to the Moon. The film describes the complexities of closeup photography of the Moon, and includes good views of craters, mountain ranges and other lunar terrain." NASA film HQ-167 Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranger_program The Ranger program was a series of unmanned space missions by the United States in the 1960s whose objective was to obtain the first close-up images of the surface of the Moon. The Ranger spacecraft were designed to take images of the lunar surface, returning those images until they were destroyed upon impact. A series of mishaps, however, led to the failure of the first six flights. At one point, the program was called "shoot and hope". Congress launched an investigation into "problems of management" at NASA Headquarters and Jet Propulsion Laboratory. After reorganizing the organization twice, Ranger 7 successfully returned images in July 1964, followed by two more successful missions. Ranger was originally designed, beginning in 1959, in three distinct phases, called "blocks". Each block had different mission objectives and progressively more advanced system design. The JPL mission designers planned multiple launches in each block, to maximize the engineering experience and scientific value of the mission and to assure at least one successful flight. Total research, development, launch, and support costs for the Ranger series of spacecraft (Rangers 1 through 9) was approximately $170 million. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surveyor_Program The Surveyor Program was a NASA program that, from 1966 through 1968, sent seven robotic spacecraft to the surface of the Moon. Its primary goal was to demonstrate the feasibility of soft landings on the Moon. The mission called for the craft to travel directly to the moon on an impact trajectory, on a journey that lasted 63 to 65 hours, and ended with a deceleration of just over three minutes to a soft-landing. The program was implemented by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to prepare for the Apollo program. The total cost of the Surveyor program was officially $469 million dollars. Five of the Surveyor craft successfully soft-landed on the moon, including the first one. The other two failed: Surveyor 2 crashed at high velocity after a failed mid-course correction, and Surveyor 4 was lost to contact (possibly exploding) 2.5 minutes before its scheduled touch-down. All seven spacecraft are still on the Moon; none of the missions included returning them to Earth. Some parts of Surveyor 3 were returned to Earth by the crew of Apollo 12, which landed near it in 1969. The camera from this craft is on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_Orbiter The Lunar Orbiter program was a series of five unmanned lunar orbiter missions launched by the United States from 1966 through 1967. Intended to help select Apollo landing sites by mapping the Moon's surface, they provided the first photographs from lunar orbit. All five missions were successful, and 99% of the Moon was mapped from photographs taken with a resolution of 60 meters or better. The first three missions were dedicated to imaging 20 potential manned lunar landing sites, selected based on Earth-based observations. These were flown at low inclination orbits. The fourth and fifth missions were devoted to broader scientific objectives and were flown in high-altitude polar orbits... All Lunar Orbiter craft were launched by an Atlas-Agena D launch vehicle. The Lunar Orbiters had an ingenious imaging system, which consisted of a dual-lens camera, a film processing unit, a readout scanner, and a film handling apparatus. Both lenses, a 610 mm narrow angle high resolution (HR) lens and an 80 mm wide angle medium resolution (MR) lens, placed their frame exposures on a single roll of 70 mm film... The film was then processed, scanned, and the images transmitted back to Earth. During the Lunar Orbiter missions, the first pictures of Earth as a whole were taken...
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Plain Bearings: Interpreting Damage 1972 US Navy Training Film; Mechanical Maintenance & Repair
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Plain Bearings: Interpreting Damage 1972 US Navy Training Film; Mechanical Maintenance & Repair

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US Navy Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA40407C12E5E35A7 more at http://quickfound.net/ "Interpreting Service Damage in Bearings: Plain Bearings" "This film will help you detect failure symptoms in plain bearings, and like a doctor, prescribe a cure on the basis of your diagnosis..." US Navy Training Film MN-11128B ROLLING Bearings training: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTt7ksjY8aw Produced for the US Navy by The White Association. Originally a public domain film from the US Navy, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plain_bearing Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ A plain bearing (in railroading sometimes called a solid bearing) is the simplest type of bearing, comprising just a bearing surface and no rolling elements. Therefore, the journal (i.e., the part of the shaft in contact with the bearing) slides over the bearing surface. The simplest example of a plain bearing is a shaft rotating in a hole. A simple linear bearing can be a pair of flat surfaces designed to allow motion; e.g., a drawer and the slides it rests on or the ways on the bed of a lathe. Plain bearings, in general, are the least expensive type of bearing. They are also compact and lightweight, and they have a high load-carrying capacity... Design The design of a plain bearing depends on the type of motion the bearing must provide. The three types of motions possible are: Journal (friction, radial or rotary) bearing: This is the most common type of plain bearing; it is simply a shaft rotating in a bearing. In locomotive and railroad car applications a journal bearing specifically referred to the plain bearing once used at the ends of the axles of railroad wheel sets, enclosed by journal boxes (axleboxes). Axlebox bearings today are no longer plain bearings but rather are rolling-element bearings. Linear bearing: This bearing provides linear motion; it may take the form of a circular bearing and shaft or any other two mating surfaces (e.g., a slide plate). Thrust bearing: A thrust bearing provides a bearing surface for forces acting axial to the shaft. One example is a propeller shaft. Integral Integral plain bearings are built into the object of use as a hole prepared in the bearing surface. Industrial integral bearings are usually made from cast iron or babbitt and a hardened steel shaft is used in the bearing. Integral bearings are not as common because bushings are easier to accommodate and can be replaced if necessary. Depending on the material, an integral bearing may be less expensive but it cannot be replaced. If an integral bearing wears out, the item may be replaced or reworked to accept a bushing. Integral bearings were very common in 19th-century machinery, but became progressively less common as interchangeable manufacture became popular. For example, a common integral plain bearing is the hinge, which is both a thrust bearing and a journal bearing. Bushing A bushing, also known as a bush, is an independent plain bearing that is inserted into a housing to provide a bearing surface for rotary applications; this is the most common form of a plain bearing. Common designs include solid (sleeve and flanged), split, and clenched bushings. A sleeve, split, or clenched bushing is only a "sleeve" of material with an inner diameter (ID), outer diameter (OD), and length. The difference between the three types is that a solid sleeved bushing is solid all the way around, a split bushing has a cut along its length, and a clenched bearing is similar to a split bushing but with a clench (or clinch) across the cut connecting the parts... Sleeve bearings of inch dimensions are almost exclusively dimensioned using the SAE numbering system... A linear bushing is not usually pressed into a housing, but rather secured with a radial feature. Two such examples include two retaining rings, or a ring that is molded onto the OD of the bushing that matches with a groove in the housing. This is usually a more durable way to retain the bushing, because the forces acting on the bushing could press it out. The thrust form of a bushing is conventionally called a thrust washer. Two-piece Two-piece plain bearings, known as full bearings in industrial machinery, are commonly used for larger diameters, such as crankshaft bearings. The two halves are called shells. There are various systems used to keep the shells located. The most common method is a tab on the parting line edge that correlates with a notch in the housing to prevent axial movement after installation...
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Commercial Marine Solutions - Accredited Marine Surveyors Australia
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Commercial Marine Solutions - Accredited Marine Surveyors Australia

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Commercial Marine Solutions (http://www.cmsmdc.com) are passionate about creating innovative, practical and cost-effective design and consulting solutions for the marine industry. CMS have experience across multiple vessel and material types including steel, aluminium, timber and fibreglass. CMS base all new designs on existing and proven hulls which are continually reviewed and updated through our research and development program. This approach provides the best possible outcome for performance and operational profile. In addition, CMS use a requirements based methodology that ensures the design is right the first time. With our broad range of experience across multiple market segments, CMS are available to provide designs that consistently meet our client's expectations. CMS provide consulting advice and services to shipbuilders, ship-owners, government and quasi government organisations. Our broad experience positions us to provide not only complete designs but also consulting advice for existing vessels. This consulting utilises the same requirements methodology so a practical, workable and buildable solution is achieved for every project. CMS use the latest analysis tools in undertaking Naval architecture, Structural design and analysis, Vessel modification, Construction support, Hydrodynamics, FEA, Independent certification, Expert witness and Stability to provide exceptional value and quality. CMS utilise the skills and tools used in our engineering methodology and technical reporting to provide expert services in the following areas: Marine Survey and inspection and condition, Valuation Prepurchase Inspection, Insurance Inpection, Legal Technical advice to the legal profession, Expert legal witness, and testimony Reports and analysis.
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Atlantic Marine Associates
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Atlantic Marine Associates

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Commanding rich resources of knowledge and skill, Atlantic Marine Associates, Inc. (AMA) is a leading provider of marine surveying, consulting and expert witness services. Enjoying a truly global reach, AMA is able to serve clients in any and every part of the world. AMA offers unsurpassed capabilities in two main areas: Marine surveying and consultancy services Expert witness services AMA seeks to deliver exceptional value to clients through the intimate understanding of their needs by a highly professional staff which includes master mariners, marine engineers and naval architects. Staff affiliations include the Maritime Law Association of the United States, the American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, the Association of Average Adjusters of the United States and Canada, The American Institute of Marine Underwriters, the Maritime Association of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the American Waterways Operators, the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), the Royal Institute of Naval Architects, the Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology (UK), and the International Institute of Marine Surveyors.
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政府工 - 驗船主任 (2) (海事處)
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政府工 - 驗船主任 (2) (海事處)

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香港海事處的驗船主任分為三個專業領域:輪機、船舶和航海。 李耀光博士現時任職海事處船舶事務科(保安及品質管理組)高級驗船主任,在海事處工作已有二十多年。當初他憑著豐富的航海經驗,入職海事處助理海事監督。其後不斷進修,先後取得學士學位和博士學位,還修畢香港大學法律文憑課程,更因而在部門內逐步獲得晉升。 至於現時任職於海事處政府船隊科(政府新建船舶組)驗船主任(船舶)的鄭耀光,自從在格拉斯哥大學取得船舶設計學位之後,一直從事造船及輪機相關的工作。當他成為了造船工程師學會的會員,再累積4年相關經驗,便加入海事處工作。 當法庭召開有關海事意外的聆訊時,驗船主任(航海)有機會被傳召到庭上擔任專家證人,講解海事相關的事宜。海事處政府船隊科(政府新建船舶組)的驗船主任(船舶)則充當各政府部門的船舶顧問,就訂造或購買新船提供專業意見,並負責監督造船和檢驗等工作。 他們都認為驗船主任的職位不但待遇優厚,還能讓任職者從工作中獲得滿足感。 The work of a Surveyor of Ships at the Hong Kong Marine Department covers the following three specialized areas: Engineer, Ship, and Nautical. Dr Stephen Li, currently Senior Surveyor of Ships in the Shipping Division (Security & Quality Assurance Section), has been with the Marine Department for over 20 years. With a wealth of experience in sailing, he joined the Marine Department as an Assistant Marine Controller. Through continuous learning, he rose through the ranks of the department after obtaining a bachelor's degree, a doctorate, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL) from The University of Hong Kong. Surveyor of Ships (Ship) Winson Cheng is working in the Government Fleet Division (Government New Construction Section). After obtaining a bachelor of Engineering degree in Naval Architecture from the University of Glasgow, he has been engaged in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering-related work. After becoming a corporate member of the Society of Naval Architects, and with four years of relevant experience, he joined the Government’s Marine Department. At court hearings on marine accidents, a Surveyor of Ships (Nautical) may be summoned to act as an expert witness to explain maritime matters. Surveyors of Ships (Ship) in the Government New Construction Section also act as Ship Consultants for various government departments to give professional advice on custom-made ships or on purchase of new ships, and to oversee shipbuilding and inspection work. Both of them believe that the post of Surveyor of Ships is not only well paid, but also gives the incumbent great job satisfaction. (如欲觀看更多,請到政府工網站/ Watch more in Gov Job page) 政府工 Gov Job - http://www.youth.gov.hk/govjob
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