Shipboard Operations

Author(s) H. I. Lavery
Publisher Butterworth-Heinemann
Date 1990
Pages 307
Format pdf
Size 1 Mb







This book covers the knowledge of shipboard operations required by candidates for professional qualification as Chief Officer and Master Mariner. The main content of the publication developed by the recognized industry expert is dealing with the essentials routines and established procedures to be followed when handling such operations. In addition, the basis regulatory framework governing these operations has been covered in detail since compliance with all applicable rules and regulations shall be ensured for the safe ship operation.

The volume is intended to be used as the fundamental information source when preparing for the relevant official examinations. All recent technical developments have been covered in this second edition of the book with particular attention paid to the international regulations introduced since the original edition had been released. Note that all major types of vessels have been covered so the book will be useful to the people working on board any ship.

The operational safety aspects have been covered in a separate chapter considering the utmost importance of this particular aspect, and same relates to the associated legislation. Talking of the ship maintenance, the author has decided to deal with the corrosion prevention and planned maintenance. Then, the oil tankers have been dealt with in detail, especially the cargo and routing operations. In short, you will have everything you need to know in the pages of this book.

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