In continuation to the previous list of logbooks that are required to be maintained legally and legibly onboard, let’s take a look at a few more logs that require the ship officer’s attention.
Maritime frauds can occur anywhere; be it a vessel, a shipping company office or a trading company transporting goods by sea. Learn more about common fraudulent activities that take place in the shipping industry.
Dredging is the process of removing silt, sand and other sediments from the floor of any water body, including rivers, lakes, ponds and oceans, to facilitate navigation or construct bridges or dams. Read about dredging, its types and its importance in this article.
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.
As a maritime professional, it is important to know if there is HAZMAT cargo on your ship. Learn more about the responsibilities of the shipper, master and ship’s crew for handling HAZMAT cargo.
Learn about fifteen important points that should be considered by seafarers on board tanker ships for efficient ship and cargo operations.
Engine room maintenance is done on board a ship following three main methods. The article describes how engine room maintenance is done on board a ship.
Here are the best marine engineering books available in the market. If you are a student or an experienced sea-going marine engineer, you are required to learn and keep yourself updated with all marine concepts and technologies. Find out more about some of the best marine engineering books out there.
Dry dock is an important phase of a ship’s life as it enhances performance and improves efficiency. In this article we learn about the various checks that need to be performed before taking the ship out of the dry dock.