A Ballast Water management system minimises the risk of transplanting harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens from the ship’s ballast water and associated sediments. Know more in this article!
Check out these ten important points that marine engineers must check in the fuel oil testing report.
Cruise ships house thousands of passengers and crew, which leads to enormous wastewater generation of up to 1000 cubic metres per day. Hence, Wastewater management has become a critical aspect of everyday operations. Read along to know about blackwater management, treatment and disposal.
Bunker prices consequently exert an inordinately higher influence on any shipping company’s cash flows and have the potential to make or mar its fortunes. Let’s find out how to reduce ship bunker spend.
A remotely operated underwater vehicle also referred to as an ROV, is an underwater vehicle that is unmanned and usually tethered to the operator. Let’s take a look at some of the salient features about ROVs, their usage, categorisation, preparation, launching, operation, and shortcomings.
SSB radio is used by boats or yachts for communication at sea. The full-form of SSB radio is Single Side Band radio. SSB radios are an essential feature when it comes to important marine radio channels.
It is critical for the cruise ships to be fitted with means of fighting fires. Want to learn about water-mist and sprinkler systems on passenger ships? Know more in this 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.
While operating ship’s generator, a responsible officer would read the important signs that indicate major problem in the machinery. Learn ten such situations wherein the generator should be immediately stopped for checks or repairs.