Marine engineering is the branch of study that deals with the design, development, production and maintenance of the equipments used at sea and on board sea vessels like boats, ships etc.
The article explains how a person can become a Marine Engineer and the scope of Marine Engineering as a profession. Also, find out what are the different ways to become a marine engineer.
A junior engineer should learn fast and pick up things as soon as he can when new to a ship. In this article we bring to you 13 things that a junior engineer should learn by-heart in his very first days on the ship.
Marine Engine Repair is one of the most important tasks carried on board a ship. It involves repairing and carrying out of routine maintenance tasks on the marine engine of the ship. The repairs are generally carried out by marine engine mechanics, famously known as marine engineers.
Going as a fourth engineer on a ship is the first step for any marine engineer towards a responsible and flourishing maritime career. Find out more about the duties of a 4th Engineer on a Ship.
Watchkeeping engineers are required to fill out engine room log book at the end of every watch with utmost precision. Mentioned herein are seven important points that must be considered while noting down important engine room parameters in the log book.
Some essential parameters in the ship’s engine room cannot be read directly through an instrument or gauge. Marine engineer working onboard ships must know how to carry out these important formula based calculations using a number of dynamic factors.
As a marine engineer on board ships understanding how your machinery systems work and behave under different conditions is of utmost importance. Learn as to what it takes to know your machinery inside-out on board ships.
A noon report is a data sheet prepared by the ship’s chief engineer on a daily basis. It provides the vessel’s position and other relevant standardised data to assess the performance of the ship. Know more about the noon report inside the article.