Stability & Strength Manuals
For chartering purposes, in case you need to issue a Dual Load Line certificate for increasing the operational flexibility of your good vessels:
Study for possibility for assignment of deeper draft.
Damage Stability Assessment according to ILLC Requirements.
Potential Strengthening of Hull, if needed.
Addendum to Trim & Stability Booklet.
Our methodology will need only one approval of the revised manual (the legal tender of envelop of maximum loading conditions) from class that will cover several steel products loading pattern combinations and increase the amount of high density steel products cargo per hold in almost all cases.
Add Cargo on Deck and Hatches:
Structural strength: The deck and hatch covers usually have a structural capacity for uniformly distributed load (UDL), without any reinforcements. This load corresponds to the green sea pressure used in the approval of the vessel;
Stability documentation: Compliance with applicable stability and longitudinal strength criteria in deck cargo loading conditions shall be shown in updated/amended stability manuals;
The Loading Computer System (LCS) will have to be updated as necessary with new GM limits, profile curves or other stored data;
New Cargo Securing Manual: The stowage and securing of cargo other than bulk cargo is to be described in an approved Cargo Securing Manual (CSM).
Upon assessment of terminal-specific requirements, we may evaluate existing mooring arrangements & equipment and determine necessary modification/additions for alignment with the Terminal Standards.
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