The accurate measurement of dry bulk cargoes by a vessel can minimise considerably the risk of shortage claims and disputes. This guide outlines the methods and corrections for a draught survey to be carried out to the required accuracy. It is designed to help surveyors and recommends procedures and formulas for every circumstance likely to be encountered during the conduct of draught surveys. The UN ECE draught survey forms have been included in an effort to achieve standardisation throughout the industry.About the Author:
Jim Dibble is a master mariner with 50 years experience in the shipping industry. He spent 12 years at sea as a deck officer and 31 years in the marine education department at South Tyneside College, where he led the development of the Marine Simulation Centre. He has since worked as a marine consultant and is currently UK managing director of Seagull Maritime Information Technologies Ltd. Peter Mitchell is a master mariner with 40 years experience in the shipping industry, firstly as a deck officer and then as a senior lecturer in the marine department at South Tyneside College, UK. He is now retired. North of England P&I Association has offices in the UK, Greece, Hong Kong and Singapore and is one of the leading international mutual marine liability insurers with over 100 million GT of entered tonnage. Founded in 1860, the Association has long recognised the importance of providing practical loss prevention advice to its members, believing this to be the most effective way to reduce the number and scale of claims. The Association has developed a world-wide reputation for the quality and diversity of its loss prevention initiatives, which include this series of loss prevention guides co-authored with industry experts.
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