A GUIDE TO MASTER DRY DOCK OPERATIONS FOR ENGINE ROOM DEPARTMENT
|Author(s)||Bimal Roy, Anish Wankhede|
|D O W N L O A D|
A very useful publication prepared by the MarineInsight team. The volume is intended to provide readers with the guidance related to the drydocking operations for the machinery room department of the vessels. Usually, the vessel is drydocked with the purpose to conduct periodical surveys of the underwater part of the hull, carry out major conversions, repairs and modifications that cannot be done while the vessel is afloat.
The present document will give some answers to the basic questions relating the drydocking. Successful completion of the drydocking activities will definitely require careful planning and following all procedures and leaves no room for mistakes. Should the planning be done wrong, drydocking can turn into a real nightmare for every crew member. The book opens with the section explaining in general what drydocking is and how and when it is performed.
The second section advises the basic steps to be done to plan the drydocking properly, while the third section is devoted to the crew members involvement. Finally, the closing section of the guide addresses how office supporting personnel are normally involved in drydocking. As you see, a good teamwork is necessary for the successful drydocking.
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