The accommodation area of a ship has a variety of systems. Learn more about the importance and functioning of these systems inside the article.
Learn how sludge and bilge are generated on a ship, how they are stored in tanks, what record keeping is done, and how sludge and bilges are incinerated, evaporated, or discharged.
Learn about the main components which are found in the exhaust gas emissions from ships, along with the regulations adopted to reduce these emissions and to make the shipping industry greener.
Learn what seafarers should know about fuel oil consumption calculation and recordkeeping on board ships. The article explains the procedure for measuring data and calculating annual values, measurement equipment involved, etc.
Alternate marine power or cold ironing is a method of providing power to the ship from an external source. AMP is getting recognition around the world because of the rise in marine pollution.
Learn about the main types of marine engine lubrication systems used on ships, along with the operation and functions.
Learn about the construction, operation, maintenance and safety features of marine elevators used on ships. Also, learn about best practices and escape procedure in case of an emergency.
Is your vessel ready for the Jan 2020 0.5% sulphur fuel compliance? Let’s take a look at preparations required and risk-mitigated switch over from HSFO to VLSFO fuels.
The keel is the primary structural member and backbone of a ship. Learn about the importance of keel and types of keels used for a ship.