Bulk Oil Cargo Discharging
Types of Ship

Bulk Oil Cargo

The standard defence put forward by a shipowner to a cargo shortage claim used to be that the loss was below or equal to 0.5% of the total cargo.

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Completion of Documentation For Bulk Oil Cargoes
Types of Ship

Completion of Documentation For Bulk Oil Cargoes

Once calculation of the ship’s figures has been completed, the shore installation will provide a shore figure. It is generally this figure that is used on the B/L. It is most unlikely that the two figures will precisely coincide, although in practice, and in the vast majority of cases, the discrepancy is small and of no great significance.

ship design concept
Types of Ship

Ship concept design

Unlike a market economy in which new design is a response to a perceived market need, new ship design is typically in response to an expressed need coming from such sources as the advent of new technologies, changes in world politics, new strategies and, lessons learned from previous ship development.

Maintain safe stability onboard
Types of Ship

Maintain safe stability onboard

As the nature of container ship operation, it’s tread to be lack of stability, due to Top Heavy Load, the Master shall always take special attention for her stability.

Ship Semi Planing Hull and Monohull Theory
Types of Ship

Ship Semi Planing Hull and Monohull Theory

Hulls for ships are, viewed from the shape of the hull under the water line, generally classified into three categories: a displacement type hull for a low speed range, a semi-planing type hull for a medium speed range and a planing type hull for a high speed range.

Monohull and Semi Planing Hull Theory
Types of Ship

Monohull and Semi Planing Hull Theory

Hulls for ships are, viewed from the shape of the hull under the water line, generally classified into three categories: a displacement type hull for a low speed range, a semi-planing type hull for a medium speed range and a planing type hull for a high speed range.

Ship construction of hull design
Types of Ship

Ship construction of hull design

The hull is the main body of the ship below the main outside deck. The hull consists of an outside covering (or skin) and an inside framework to which the skin is secured.