If you have worked on ship, you must have come across the terms sounding and ullage, which often tend to confuse people. In this article, we will learn as to what the difference between sounding and ullage is, and what is the importance of each one of them? Both Sounding and ullage can be easily…
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.
Sounding is a term used for taking measurement of the amount of fluids in the tanks of a ship. Let’s take a look at the importance of taking manual sounding and the method of taking the same.
Sounding is a term used for measuring the level of fluids in various tanks on the ship. Lean more about sounding and different methods of taking sounding on a ship.
A port state control inspector ensures that the ship coming to the respective port is not a threat to its waters. The article explains what are the important things a port state inspector can check in the engine room of a ship
In this article we will discuss the importance of entire documentation along with the important documents which comes under engine department of the ship.
Bunkering operation is a procedure for transferring oil, sludge or cargo to and from a ship. This is an extremely dangerous process which has lead to several accidents in the past.