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M.T.

“SIPEA”
(IMO No. 9323807)

VESSEL CONDITION REPORT

Inspection place: Tanjung Pelepas Anchorage, Malaysia


Date: 01.02.2018
Inspector: S. Abdul Kadir

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CONTENTS

INDEX

S. No. DESCRIPTION Page No.


01 INTRODUCTION 04
02 BACKGROUND 05
03 PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS 07
04 VESSEL’S CERTIFICATES AND DOCUMENTATION 09
05 SURVEY STATUS 10
06 CREW AND MANNING PARTICULARS 14
07 RADIO AND BRIDGE NAVIGATIONAL AIDS / EQUIPMENT 17
08 CARGO AND BALLAST SYSTEMS 18
09 MOORING ARRANGEMENT AND LIFTING APPLIANCES 19
10 LIFE SAVING & FIRE FIGHTING APPLIANCES 20
11 POLLUTION PREVENTION 21
12 MAIN DECK AND EXTERNAL DECKS 21
13 HULL CONDITION 22
14 LOAD LINE ITEMS 23
15 ACCOMMODATION EXTERNAL & INTERNAL 23
16 GALLEY, PROVISION STORES AND DECK STORES 25
17 ENGINE ROOM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 26
18 TANK CAPACITIES 31
19 MACHINERY INFORMATION 35
20 MAJOR SPARE PARTS 47
21 PERFORMANCES AND OVERHAULS 51
22 VOYAGE MEMO 58
23 OTHERS 59
24 CONCLUSION 59

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ATTACHMENTS

No. DESCRIPTION No. of Pages

01 Ship’s Particulars 01

02 Crew List 01

03 General Arrangement 01

04 Capacity Plan 01

05 Minimum Safe Manning Document 03

06 M/E Performance Report 01

07 A/E Performance Report 03

08 Class Status 22

09 Q88 08

10 VPQ 30

11 Vessel Experience Factor 01

12 Pumping Log 02

13 Painting Details for Cargo Tanks 02

14 Boiler Water Log 02

15 Cooling Water Log 01

16 M/E Running Hours 05

17 A/E Running Hours 07

18 Lube Oil Analysis Report 07

19 PSC Inspection 06

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

M.T. “Sipea” was superficially inspected on 1st February 2018 while she was lying
anchored at Tanjung Pelepas Anchorage, Malaysia where she double banked with
FSU “Grace Star” and was discharging the cargo that was loaded in Vopak Terminal,
Singapore. The vessel arrived and anchored at 0200 hrs. Upon discharge, the vessel
will load from FSU “Grace Star” and will again go back to Singapore for discharging.
The vessel came with an even keel of 7.5 m and the forward and aft drafts at the
time of inspection were 5.20 m and 7.00 m respectively and was continuously
varying due to cargo operation.

The inspection covered accessible areas on deck, engine room, forecastle, poop
deck, internal accommodation and the visible portions on the starboard side of the
hull above the water line.

Upon arrival on board, the Master met the surveyor at the gangway and proceeded
to the Engine Office where the meeting was held with the Chief Engineer. The
Master was informed by his managers that a representative would come from
Vietnam and he didn’t have further details. It was agreed that 3 ballast tanks on
the starboard side (1S, 3S and 6S) would be opened for inspection since the
double banking with the FSU was on the port side. We were accompanied by
Master/Chief Engineer/Chief Officer/First Engineer/Second Officer and one was
always present during the inspection.

The details of the vessel’s performance were limited to records that were made
accessible to us by the vessel.

Present at Survey

Master Capt. Constantin Borcea

Chief Officer Mr. Tiberiu Octavian Calin

Chief Engineer Mr. Alexandru Rolea

First Engineer Mr. Julian Adrian Rusca

Surveyor Mr. S. Abdul Kadir

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2.0 BACKGROUND

The vessel is categorised by the Class as Oil and Chemical carrier of 35K DWT
category and was built by M/s STX Shipyard, Jinhae, South Korea. The vessel was
launched on 16th November 2006 and was delivered on 9th January 2007. It is
presently owned by M/s Calisa spa Societa Armatoriale, Italy and operated by M/s
Ottavio Novella, Italy.

M.T. “Sipea” is registered under Italy Flag from delivery. The vessel was classed
with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) during construction and was changed to
Italian International Register (RINA) after delivery. The classification characters
are +AUT-PORT AUT-UMS CARGOCONTROL CLEAN-AIR COVENT IWS MON-SHAFT
SPM STAR-HULL-NB VCS.

The vessel’s Special Survey was completed on 6th December 2016 along with the
Dry Docking (only In-Water Survey). The next Intermediate Survey will be due on
9th July 2019 with the window periods from 10th October 2018 to 9th April 2020.

The vessel has 12 cargo tanks with 6 on port side and 6 on starboard side with a
total capacity of 42,675.4 m3. There are two slop tanks with a total capacity of
1,222.3 m3. Thus, the grand total capacity of all the 14 tanks is 43897.7 m3. Each
cargo tank is fitted with a dedicated submersible Framo pump with a capacity of
450 m3/h. The slop tanks are also fitted with one each Framo pump with a capacity
of 200 m3/h. These submersible pumps are driven by Framo power pack units.
Two power packs are diesel driven and the other two are electric driven.

The vessel has a total of 14 ballast tanks [Fore Peak, 6 pairs (P and S) of Water
Ballast Tanks and After Peak] with a total capacity of 21,060.5 m3 (21,587.0 MT).
The vessel is provided with two ballast pumps each with a capacity of 600 m3/hr
and they are also Framo pumps. The vessel’s de-ballasting was simultaneously
carried out while loading and the pumps were able to handle without any delay.

The ship’s complement of 26 is made up of Master, 3 Navigating Officers, Deck


Cadet, Chief Engineer, 2 Engineer Officers, Engine Cadet, Electrician, Pump man,
Fitter, 4 Technicians, Bosun, 5 Deck Ratings, 2 Engine Ratings and 2 Catering

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Staff. All officers had the certificates of competency as per Flag State
requirements.

The vessel has two fresh water tanks, one with a capacity of 68.5 m3 and the other
with a capacity of 144.6 m3. Apart from that, there is a drinking water tank with
a capacity of 76.1 m3. The total capacity is 289.2 m3. The sanitary system is run
by fresh water and is of vacuum type. Few of the toilets were randomly checked
and noted satisfactorily maintained with flushes in satisfactory working condition.
Master is Romanian while officers and crew are Italians, Romanians, Polish and
Filipinos. All the officers and crew have attached bathrooms. The vessel has 28
cabins and the vessel is certified for 28 complements. The vessel consumes about
5.5 MT of fresh water per day and produces about 18 MT per day at sea.

Vessel has been maintained in a satisfactory condition. The forecastle, aft poop
deck, cargo holds/hatches, main deck and accommodation were structurally in
satisfactory condition while cosmetic condition such as poop deck, part of main
deck, part of accommodation external etc. was satisfactory. Pipelines and supports
on deck were also found structurally and cosmetically satisfactory. The paint at
hull slightly came off at certain locations.

Engine room was found to be in satisfactory condition without any significant dirt,
leakage etc. All the machineries appeared satisfactory and were said to be in good
operating condition.

PSC Inspection

The last three PSC inspection reports were obtained from the vessel and the
following results were noted.

Date of Inspection : 26.09.2017 24.03.2017 20.09.2016

Place of Inspection : Chittagong Hong Kong Balikpapan

Country : Bangladesh China SAR Indonesia

Number of Deficiencies : 2 1 0

Outstanding Deficiencies : 0 0 0

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3.0 PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS

Vessel Particulars

NAME : M.T. “Sipea”

PREVIOUS NAME : M.T. “Aurora”

OWNERS : M/s Calisa spa Societa Armatoriale

MANAGERS : M/s Ottavio Novella

OFFICIAL NUMBER : RI 0182

CALL SIGN : IBXU

PORT OF REGISTRY : Palermo

FLAG : Italy

DATE OF LAUNCH : 16 November 2006

DATE OF DELIVERY : 09 January 2007

SHIP BUILDER : STX Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.

TYPE OF HULL : Double Hull, Machinery Aft

TYPE OF VESSEL : Chemical/Oil Products Tanker

CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY : Italian International Register (RINA)

CLASSIFICATION NOTATION : +AUT-PORT AUT-UMS CARGOCONTROL


CLEAN-AIR COVENT IWS MON-SHAFT SPM
STAR-HULL-NB VCS
IMO NUMBER : 9323807

MMSI NUMBER : 247 184 900

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DIMENSIONS Summer Deadweight : 37,320.000 t

Gross : 25,651.000 t

Net : 9,111.000 t

Lightship : 8,986.502 t

LOA : 180.000 m

LBP : 171.200 m

Breadth : 32.000 m

Depth : 16.200 m

Loaded Draught : 10.016 m

SUEZ CANAL TONNAGE Gross : 27,734.520 t

Net : 24,271.010 t

PANAMA CANAL TONNAGE Gross : N/A t

Net : 21,338.00 t

NUMBER OF CARGO TANKS (INCLUDING SLOP) : 14

Load Line Information

Freeboard Deadweight Displacement


Load Line Draft mm
mm MT MT

Summer 6,220 10,010 37,320 46,306.502

Winter 6,423 9,807 36,170 45,156.502

Tropical 6,007 10,220 38,210 47,196.502

Lightship 13,920 2,310 0 8,986.502

Normal Ballast 9,390 6,850 21,500 30,486.502

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4.0 VESSEL CERTIFICATES AND DOCUMENTATION

Vessel was built under American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) standards and upon
delivery was changed over to Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) and is presently
classed with RINA.

The vessel is owned by M/s Calisa spa Societa Armatoriale, Italy and managed by
M/s Ottavio Novella, Italy.

All the trading certificates of the vessel were reviewed and noted to be in order.

The Master gave the list of cargo loaded for the last 10 voyages (98A to 108A)
from 18th June 2017. The vessel has carried LSFO, Iranian Heavy Crude Oil, HSFO
(180 cSt), FO (380 cSt), HSFO (180 cSt) and VLSWR. The vessel was trading in
Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, China and Thailand during this period.

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5.0 CURRENT STATUTORY CERTIFICATES

CERTIFICATE PERIOD ISSUED EXPIRY REMARKS

Class FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

ILL H FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

ICOF CHE FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

SAFCON H FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

SAFEQU H IT FULL 06.12.2016 07.01.2019

ISM SMC FULL 27.07.2014 07.09.2019

GARBAGE FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

IAPP FULL 10.01.2017 09.01.2022

IOPP FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

ISPP FULL 28.12.2016 09.01.2022

IAFSC FULL 08.08.2016

IBWM FULL 08.09.2017 09.01.2022

IEEC FULL 28.09.2014

Lifting Appliances ILO FULL 09.01.2007

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Surveys

Survey Last Due Date Range

Crane ILO Annual (1C) 06.07.2017 06.07.2018

Crane ILO Test (1C) 08.08.2020 16.08.2021 08.08.2021

Crane ILO Annual (4P) 06.07.2017 06.07.2018 06.07.2018

Crane ILO Test (4P) 08.08.2016 08.08.2021 08.08.2021

Crane ILO Annual (4S) 06.07.2017 06.07.2018 06.07.2018

Crane ILO Test (4S) 08.08.2016 08.08.2021 08.08.2021

Crane ILO Annual (3C) 06.07.2017 06.07.2018 06.07.2018

Crane ILO Test (3C) 08.08.2016 08.08.2021 08.08.2021

Crane ILO Annual (2P) 06.07.2017 06.07.2018 06.07.2018

Crane ILO Test (2P) 08.08.2016 08.08.2021 08.08.2021

Tailshaft withdr. +prop. removal) 09.01.2007

Tailshaft (CL. oil - keyless) Met.2 09.01.2022 10.10.2021-09.01.2022

Tailshaft (CL. oil-keyless) Met.3 08.08.2016 08.08.2021 09.05.2021-08.08.2021

Boiler - Aux. boiler (oil fired) 08.08.2016 08.08.2019 08.08.2019

Boiler - Exhaust gas boiler 08.08.2016 08.08.2019 08.08.2019

Bottom - Dry Condition 20-12-2014 08.08.2019 08.08.2019

Bottom - Dry Condition at Renewal 08.08.2016

Bottom - in Water 28.09.2014

Garbage Annual 15-03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017-09.04.2018

Garbage Renewal 06-12-2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021-09.01.2022

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Hull Annual 06.12.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

Hull Intermediate 17.02.2015 09.07.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2020

Hull Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2020 - 09.01.2022

IAPP Annual 15.03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

IAPP Intermediate 20.12.2014 09.01.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2019

IAPP Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

IBWM Annual 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

IBWM Intermediate 09.01.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2019

IBWM Renewal 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

ICOF CHE Annual 15.03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

ICOF CHE Intermediate 20.12.2014 09.01.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2019

ICOF CHE Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

ILL H Annual 15.03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

ILL H Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

IOPP Annual 15.03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

IOPP Intermediate 20.12.2014 09.01.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2019

IOPP Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

ISPP Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

Mach. Annual 06.12.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

Mach. Intermediate 20.12.2014 09.07.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2020

Mach. Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2020 - 09.01.2022

SAFCON H Annual 15.03.2016 09.01.2018 10.10.2017 - 09.04.2018

SAFCON H Intermediate 17.02.2015 09.01.2019 10.10.2018 - 09.04.2019

SAFCON H Renewal 06.12.2016 09.01.2022 10.10.2021 - 09.01.2022

SAFEQU H IT Annual 28.12.2017 -

SAFEQU H IT Renewal 06.12.2016 07.01.2019 08.10.2018 - 07.01.2019

SMC Intermediate 06.07.2017

SMC Renewal 27.07.2014 07.09.2019 08.06.2019 - 07.09.2019

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Recommendations

Nil

Information for the Owners

Nil

Remarks:

Vessel is designed for running a periodically unattended machinery space.

Vessel is fitted with 3 ECDIS and is certified by Class.

Mineral based oils were replaced by biodegradable oil in the stern tube.

The vessel is not fitted with a Class approved Ballast Water Treatment Plant.

Was Last Ultrasonic thickness report available?

The Ultrasonic Thickness Report was not available for inspection. The vessel was
having some records for the steel renewal in the last dry dock that were replaced
due to thicknesses below the recommended limits. The UT gauging report was
said to be in the office.

Last Rudder Bearing Clearance

F A P S
Steady Bush 0.90 0.50 0.80 1.05
Pintle Bush 0.25 1.40 0.90 2.40
Jumping Bar ----- ----- 1.30 1.30

Tailshaft Wear down

Previous Last
Date 15.12.2014 22.07.2016
Top 59.30 59.30
Bottom 59.10 59.40

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6.0 CREW AND MANNING PARTICULARS

The ship’s complement of 26 is made up of Master, 3 Navigating Officers, Deck


Cadet, Chief Engineer, 2 Engineer Officers, Engine Cadet, Electrician, Pump man,
Fitter, 4 Technicians, Bosun, 5 Deck Ratings, 2 Engine Ratings and 2 Catering
Staff.

The vessel has two fresh water tanks, one with a capacity of 68.5 m3 and the other
with a capacity of 144.6 m3. Apart from that, there is a drinking water tank with
a capacity of 76.1 m3. The total capacity is 289.2 m3. The sanitary system is run
by fresh water and is of vacuum type. Few of the toilets were randomly checked
and noted satisfactorily maintained with flushes in satisfactory working condition.
Master is Romanian while officers and crew are Italians, Romanians, Polish and
Filipinos. All the officers and crew have attached bathrooms. The vessel has 28
cabins and the vessel is certified for 28 complements. The vessel consumes about
5.5 MT of fresh water per day and produces about 18 MT per day at sea.

Crew Nationality

Master : Romanian
Officers and Petty Officers : Italian, Romanian and Filipino
Ratings : Italian, Romanian, Polish and Filipino

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Minimum Manning Certificate Requirements
Flag: Italy

Required Actual Nationality


Master 1 Master 1 Romanian
Chief Mate 1 Chief Officer 1 Romanian
Deck Officer 2 Second Officer 1 Filipino
Second Officer 1 Romanian
Deck Boy 1 Deck Cadet 1 Italian

Chief Engineer 1 Chief Engineer 1 Romanian


Second Engineer 1 First Engineer 1 Romanian
Engine Officer 1 Second Engineer 1 Italian
Engine Boys 2 Engine Cadet 1 Italian
Electrician 1 Electrician 1 Filipino

Bosun/Pump Man 1 Bosun 1 Filipino


Able Seaman 3 Pump Man 1 Filipino
Able Seaman 1 Filipino
Able Seamen 2 Italian
Ordinary Seamen 2 Italian

Fitter/Motor Man 1 Fitter 1 Romanian


Oilers 2 Filipino

Crew Cook 1 Cook 1 Filipino


Mess Man 1 Filipino

Technicians 4 Polish

Total 17 Total 26

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-ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON BOARD-

Document Name Supplied Approved

Bridge Log Book : Yes Yes

Engine Room Log Book : Yes Yes

Stability Book : Yes Yes

Grain Loading Book : NA NA

Garbage Record Book : Yes Yes

Oil Record Book : Yes Yes

Sounding Book : Yes Yes

Loading Computer : Yes Yes

Sea Trial Results : Yes Yes

Finished Plans and Instruction Books : Yes Yes

Safety Equipment Training Manual : Yes Yes

Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan : Yes Yes

International Energy Efficiency Manual : Yes Yes

Ballast Water Management Plan IMO 868 (20) : Yes Yes

Last Notice to Mariners : 04/18

Light List & Radio Signals : 04/18

Construction Drawings : Yes Yes

Damage Control Plans : Yes Yes

Fire Plan : Yes Yes

Enhanced Survey Plan (ESP) : Yes Yes

Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR) : Yes Yes

P & A Manual : Yes Yes

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7.0 BRIDGE AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS / EQUIPMENT

Equipment Maker Model Qty


Radar/ARPA Band X - 3cm Furuno FAR - 2827 1
Radar/ARPA Band S - 10 cm Furuno FAR - 2837S 1
Magnetic Compass Saracom TM - 42 1
Gyrocompass Yokogawa CMZ700S 1
Gyrosphere Yokogawa 8369 1
Autopilot Yokogawa PT500A-J-N2 1
Navigational Echo Sounder Furuno FE 700 1
Wind Direction / Speed Indicator Daeyang DAEYANG 1
Barograph SK Sato SK SATO 1
Marine Master Clock Marine Radio Co. Ltd. MCS - 970 1
Dual GPS Furuno GP - 90 - Dual 2
Facsimile Receiver Furuno FAX - 30 1
Navtex Receiver Furuno NX - 700A/B 1
Automatic Identification System Furuno FA - 150 1
Voyage Data Recorder Consilium VDR M3.5 1
ECDIS Maris Maris ECDIS 900 2
Doppler Speed Log Furuno DS - 80 1
Printer for Echo Sounder Furuno PP - 505 1
GMDSS Radio Station Furuno RC - 1800 1
Inmarsat Fleet F77 Thrane & Thrane COBHAM - SAILOR 250 1
Inmarsat Mini-C Furuno Felcom 16 1
Inmarsat - C Mobile Earth Station Furuno Felcom 15 2
Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) Furuno Felcom 16 - SSAS 1
Marine VHF Radiotelephone (No.1) Furuno FM - 8800 1
Marine VHF Radiotelephone (No.2) Furuno FM - 8800 1
Portable VHF Radio Jotron Tron TR 20 3
SSB Radiotelephone Furuno FS - 5000 1
DSC / Watch Receiver Furuno DSC - 60 1
Portable Radio ENTEL ENTEL 1
SART Mcmurdo S4 Rescue SART 2
EPIRB ACR RLB-38T 1
Aldis Lamp IBAK Kiel NHS 200H 1

Shore Based Maintenance Contract

Company : Compagnia Generale Telemar


Contract Expiry Date : 17.05.2019

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Wheelhouse is fitted with all the necessary Radio and Navigational equipment as
stipulated in the rules. The Wheelhouse was noted with sufficient space and the
equipment were properly arranged and had a clear view through the windows
fitted with washers, wipers and clear view screens. All Bridge equipment were
reported to be in satisfactory operational condition. The vessel is fitted with three
ECDIS on board. Thus, there was no provision of paper charts for the emergency
navigation purpose.

Fire detection alarm panel for machinery space and accommodation is installed in
the wheelhouse. The panel was found to be without any faulty alarm.

The availability of publications for the intended voyage were said to be sufficient
on board.

8.0 CARGO AND BALLAST SYSTEMS

The vessel has 12 cargo tanks (6 tanks on the port side and 6 tanks on the
starboard side) with a total capacity of 42,675.4 m3. Apart from these 12 cargo
tanks, the vessel has two slop tanks with a total capacity of 1,222.3 m3. Thus, the
grand total capacity of all the 14 tanks is 43,897.7 m3. Each cargo tank is fitted
with a dedicated submersible Framo pump with a capacity of 450 m3/h. The slop
tanks are also fitted with one each Framo pump with a capacity of 200 m3/h. These
submersible pumps are driven by Framo power pack units. Two power packs are
diesel driven and the other two are electric driven. All the tanks are fitted with
heating coils.

The vessel arrived Tanjung Pelepas anchorage with cargo in 1, 3 and 6 tanks and
was discharging at the beginning of inspection. The vessel commenced loading
cargo at the end of inspection that was bound for Singapore. The empty tanks
were inerted. Thus, none of the cargo tanks could be inspected.

The vessel has 14 ballast tanks (Fore Peak, 6 on port side, 6 on starboard side
and After Peak) with a total capacity of 21,060.5 m3 (21,587.0 MT). The vessel is
provided with two ballast pumps each with a capacity of 600 m3/hr. There is one
Fire & G.S pump and one Fire & Bilge pump each with a capacity of 270 m3/h that

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can be used in an emergency. It was reported that the vessel has so far carried
out de-ballasting operations without any delay for cargo loading.

The Master informed that the port side ballast tanks cannot be inspected since the
cargo operations were going on. It was agreed that #1S, #3S and #6S will be
opened for inspection. 1S tank was recently painted internally and was looking in
good condition without any noticeable rust formation. All the structures were good
in condition. Very few rungs have thinned down but were structurally intact. Most
of the inner parts were freshly painted but were partially painted in some places.
There were very thin mud deposits on the flooring which were still slightly wet. In
case of 3S and 6S tanks, few rungs as well as some parts of side rails have also
thinned down, but the present structural integrity is still satisfactory. These two
tanks were not yet painted and were having rust flakes, mainly on the ladders and
railings but did not pose any concerns about the strength. Some of the anodes
appeared replaced in last dry dock with more than 90% still intact while some
other anodes were slightly eaten away but 60% to 70% was still noted intact. 3S
was having slight wet mud deposits at certain areas while 6S was having traces
of water sprays inside the tanks creating a slight hazy atmosphere. In general, all
the tanks were in satisfactory condition.

The bottom of all the inspected tanks were still having water and thus could not
be inspected completely. The Master informed that Fore Peak tank was being
painted with the extra crewmembers who were signed on only for carrying out
maintenance jobs like this.

9.0 MOORING ARRANGEMENTS AND LIFTING APPLIANCES

The forecastle deck is a raised deck with the main deck. The structural condition
of forecastle as well as the aft poop deck was satisfactory. The windlass platforms
were in satisfactory condition. The gypsy and anchor chains of both windlasses
were in good condition. The deck cosmetic condition was a mixture of freshly
painted in most of the places and with slight dirt deposits in some areas. Minor
rust stains were noticed from places like wingnuts of hatch covers that have
formed on the hatch covers. Most of the mooring ropes looked recently replaced
while very few were slightly old ones. All the fittings such as bollards, capstans,
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fairleads etc. were in satisfactory condition and were stencilled with the required
information such as BHP, SWL, date of test etc. were properly stencilled at
appropriate places. Same was the condition of the aft mooring winches. The
foundations were also noted to be intact. The platforms were in satisfactory
condition. Brake linings of the all mooring winches forward and aft were found to
be satisfactory. Port and Starboard anchor and anchoring equipment were noted
structurally satisfactory and were properly lubricated.

The Hose Handling Crane, E/R Crane and the Provision Crane on “B” deck were
satisfactory in appearance and were said to be in satisfactory operating condition.

10.0 LIFESAVING & FIRE FIGHTING APPLIANCES

All the LSA equipment that were superficially checked were found in good
condition. The lifebuoy lights were randomly checked and were in working order.

The vessel is provided with aluminium accommodation ladders one each on port
and starboard side and looked satisfactory.

Breathing apparatus sets were found in order. The portable fire extinguishers were
randomly checked and were found in place as per the Fire Plan and it was reported
that they were being regularly serviced.

The engine room and purifier room spaces are fitted with fixed CO2 fire
extinguishing system which is located on the upper deck starboard side and inside
accommodation. It was kept in a tidy condition. The deck firefighting is with foam
and the tank (8 m3 capacity) is housed inside the accommodation. It appeared to
be in satisfactory condition.

Emergency Fire pump is situated in a separate compartment in the steering room


(one level below) and was reported in satisfactory working condition and tested
weekly. The pump looked in satisfactory in appearance and there was no sign of
any rust formation and water leakage from the seal.

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11.0 POLLUTION PREVENTION

The Engine Room is provided with an Oily Water Separator which appeared to be
in regular use. Proper entries were made in the Oil Record Book.

Containment trays were fitted around bunker vents and plugs were in place and
all were found good.

The vessel is not fitted with Sewage Treatment Plant. The vessel has a sewage
holding tank of 6 m3 capacity and an overflow tank of 3 m3 capacity. Since the
sanitary system is vacuum system, the waste collection is minimum and is able to
hold the sewage collections for a long time. The incinerator appeared in good
condition and was said to be operating satisfactorily.

The engine room tank top was found to be dry and clean without any water and
oil stains. There were no significant leakages anywhere in the Engine Room.

Garbage Record Book and Ballast Water Management Records were maintained
satisfactorily.

12.0 MAIN DECK AND EXTERNAL DECK

Both sides of the main deck were found in satisfactory condition. All the parts of
the main deck were satisfactorily painted, and ongoing maintenance was being
carried out by the staff. The paint colour of main deck was gave a pleasing
appearance. The studs and nuts of all the manhole doors were found good and
intact. The gratings on the cargo manifolds and on the catwalk were noted in
satisfactory condition without any considerable reduction in thickness.

Forecastle deck was raised with main deck and was noted to be structurally
satisfactory. The aft poop deck was also in structurally satisfactory condition.

All deck fittings including air vent pipes, mast riser, cargo tank hatches, and
attachments were apparently in satisfactory condition with proper maintenance.

All the pipelines for cargo, ballast, hydraulic, air etc. were painted and were
without any rust. The railings on deck on both port and starboard side were found

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in satisfactory condition with good paintwork. There were minor bends at some
places but were not significant. The deck thus appeared in satisfactory condition
that requires very minimal maintenance to continue its good condition.

The ship is provided with a helipad for the pilots to board the vessel easily as well
as for the use of ship staff in case of any emergency airlifting. This is located
abreast of #1P cargo tank. The helipad is used for winching operation only. The
helipad markings were noted in satisfactory condition with paint properly applied.
All the related equipment for the helicopter landing are stowed separately and
they were in order.

13.0 HULL CONDITION AND COATING

Since the vessel was carrying out STS operation (first discharging and then
loading) with FSU “Grace Star” and the vessel had double banked on her port side
with the FSU, only the vessel’s starboard hull could be inspected. The vessel came
to the anchorage with an even keel of 7.5 m but the forward and aft drafts at the
time of inspection were 5.2 m and 7.0 m respectively, thus exposing considerable
portion of the hull above water. The hull was noted structurally strong without any
noticeable dent. The paint above and below load line was noted intact without any
major breakage. Very minor removal of paint was noticed at some areas below
the load line but was insignificant. No abnormal sea growth or barnacles were
noted along the water line. The draft marks at all locations were legible. Stains
were noticed from the scuppers that ran vertically downwards. Apart from that,
there were scattered rust marks above the load line and these were only at few
places.

Anti-Fouling paint was sealed with TBT free sealer coating and the certificate to
that effect was issued by the Class. There were also some scratch marks noticed.
The vessel’s names at the forward and the name/IMO number at the aft were
clearly visible.

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14.0 LOAD LINE ITEMS

Ladders leading to accommodation decks were all seen in mostly good condition
with rust.

Most of the fire doors in the accommodation were good in appearance and were
closing gently.

All deck fittings including air vent pipes and attachments were structurally sound
and satisfactorily maintained. The vents were also properly stenciled.

The bulwarks at the forecastle and railings at aft poop deck were noted in
structurally and cosmetically satisfactory condition without any noticeable
damage.

Since the hatch covers all the cargo tanks were closed, it was not possible to
inspect the packing condition.

15.0 ACCOMMODATION EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL

The superstructure with extended bridge wings was in satisfactory condition. It


was painted and structurally sound. However, there pitting on both sides of the
bridge wings which could be easily seen below the paintwork. The deck appeared
to have sufficient thickness. The staircases outside the accommodation were all in
good condition and satisfactorily painted.

The Compass deck was noted recently painted and in good condition.

The vessel is certified to accommodate 28 crewmembers with each lifeboat having


the same capacity for 28 persons.

The officers and crew have separate mess rooms. All of them appeared to be in
satisfactory condition. Similarly, the officers’ and crew smoke rooms were also in
good condition. The furniture condition was satisfactory. An extra room was
retrofitted within the officers’ smoke room which is used as a meeting room.

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All the officers and crewmembers have attached bath rooms. Fresh water is used
for toilet flushing and the sanitary system is operated on vacuum system. Some
of the common toilets were tested and were found in satisfactory condition. The
floor tiles had a bit dull look that could be improved.

The accommodation air conditioning was running at the time of inspection and it
was maintained at comfortable temperatures. The vessel is fitted with two air
conditioning compressors. The vessel has a gymnasium fitted at the starboard
side of the upper deck. There were sufficient equipment and were in satisfactory
condition. The table tennis table was not in use and was kept in a corner.

The vessel has two laundry rooms, one in upper deck and the other in “B” deck.
There were also driers, and all were in satisfactory condition. Separating washing
machines were provided for civil clothes and boiler suits. Both laundry rooms were
with attached drying rooms.

The weather tight doors and port holes were of were in satisfactory condition.

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16.0 GALLEY, PROVISION STORE AND DECK STORES

The galley was maintained satisfactorily. The floor was maintained satisfactorily.
Galley was equipped with hot plates, grill and oven and all were reported working
satisfactorily. The garbage was properly segregated and well maintained.

For keeping the wet provisions, the vessel has meat, fish and vegetable rooms.
The stuffing of items was satisfactory. The reefer room temperatures were
maintained satisfactorily. Following temperatures were noticed during inspection:

Compartment Temperature °C

Meat -05.0 (defrosting)


Fish -08.0 (defrosting)
Vegetable +04.0

The normal temperatures were around -18°C for meat and fish rooms and around
+3°C for vegetable room and they were satisfactorily maintained as per the
available records.

It was noted that galley exhaust filter was being cleaned regularly.

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17.0 ENGINE ROOM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

The engine room was maintained in satisfactory condition with satisfactory


walkways, stairs and doorways. All areas were adequately lit. The general
cleanliness of the machineries, bilges and structure was quite satisfactory. All the
lagging on the pipelines was noted intact and this was especially in the purifier
room. No significant leakages of fuel oil, lube oil, seawater or fresh water was
noted anywhere in the Engine Room. The Engine Room above the M/E cylinder
head looked spacious providing sufficient ventilation.

The engine room was designed to run as an unattended machinery space at all
times and was being maintained that way without any difficulty.

Areas around the machinery such as main engine, boiler, purifiers, compressors,
pumps, pollution prevention equipment etc. were generally clean without any
leakages.

The Engine Control Room is located at the port side of the Engine Room on the
first deck and was in satisfactory condition. It was designed with sufficient space
in order to accommodate the essential instrumentation required for the monitoring
and control of Engine Room and Deck machinery. They were reported in good
working condition. The rubber matting was in good condition. The domestic
voltage is 220V.

Main Engine

The Main Engine (Maker: STX MAN B&W, Type: 6S50MC-C) was noted satisfactory
with all mountings intact and without any significant major abnormality and
without any leakages. The C/E informed that the Main Engine was sometimes
operated at normal speed and sometimes on economical speed depending on the
charterers’ requirements. The performance report taken on 6th January 2018
showed that the M/E was run at 118 rpm corresponding to around 80% load. All
the parameters were noted satisfactory.

The general observation on Main Engine was that it was satisfactorily kept without
any significant leakages.

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Direction Position RPM Speed (kt)

Navigation Full 120.3 14.9

Full 105 12.6


Ahead

Half 90 10.6

Slow 75 8.5

Dead Slow 40 3.8

Dead Slow 40 2.0

Slow 75 3.0
Astern

Half 90 3.8

Full 105 5.0

Critical Speed Range : 52 ~ 63 RPM

Auxiliary Engine

All 3 Auxiliary Engines (STX MAN B&W 5L 23/30H) were stated to be running
satisfactorily and could take up around 500 kW load against the rated load of 600
kW. #1 and #3 were running during inspection delivering 250 kW each. The
general condition was quite satisfactory without any major leakage. One A/E is
run at sea, in port and at anchorage. It was stated that the vessel runs second
Auxiliary Engine when extra load is required such as deck water, ballasting, etc.

There are two separate diesel driven auxiliary engines and two electrically driven
motors that supply the required power to the power packs that are used to operate
all the hydraulically driven cargo oil pumps and ballast pumps (Maker: Framo).

All Auxiliary Engines run using HFO (380 cSt) and are changed over to MDO only
while stopping for longer period.

The emergency generator (450 V, 3Ø, 60 Hz, 150 kVA) is located at the port side
on the upper deck and was seen in satisfactory condition. It was noted that the

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generator was regularly tried out on weekly basis. The emergency generator was
kept in “Auto” mode and the necessary starting procedure was displayed inside
the room.

Boiler

The oil-fired auxiliary boiler (Maker: Kangrim, Type: MB05DZRY) also runs on 380
cSt fuel oil. It is a low pressure boiler (7 kg/cm2) since it is required only for
heating purposes. The boiler was stated to be in satisfactory working condition.
The auxiliary boiler runs only in port since the exhaust boiler could cope at sea
with the steam demand even in cold climates as well as at economical speed. The
boiler burner assembly, mountings, pipelines and lagging were in satisfactory
condition. The boiler was firing on auto during inspection.

The boiler water test has been carried out regularly. The cascade tank water was
noted slightly rusty (due to cargo tank heating coils) but without any oil traces.

Auxiliaries

The vessel is equipped with 2 main air compressors, one service air compressor
and one emergency air compressor for air supply. All these were reported to be in
satisfactory working condition.

The vessel is fitted with 2 fuel oil purifiers and 2 lube oil purifiers and all the
purifiers were said to be working in satisfactory condition. There was a separate
compartment for all these purifiers as well as fuel oil heaters, booster pumps etc.
The compartment was noted clean without any fuel leakage.

The vessel is fitted with a Bow Thruster (Maker: Kawasaki, Type: KB88-B3F, 850
kW) at the forward and the entry was from the Bosun’s stores. The entry into the
BT room was prohibited since it was not properly ventilated and thus the inspection
could not be done.

All the other auxiliary machinery such as seawater, fresh water, fuel oil and lube
oil pumps were noted in satisfactory working condition.

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The E/R tank top was in good condition and it was dry without traces of oil and
water. The aft bilge was noted satisfactory.

The Oily Water Separator was reported to be in satisfactory working condition.

The steering gear compartment was maintained in satisfactory condition. The


chemicals, lubes, mooring ropes etc. were satisfactorily stacked so that they can
sustain rough weather. No significant oil leakages were noted. The aft mooring
winch hydraulic motors were installed in the steering room.

The emergency fire pump was seen in good condition without any leakage from
the seal or presence of any rust.

The rated capacity of the Fresh Water Generator is 20 MT/day and the vessel is
producing about 18 MT/day while the overall daily consumption is about 5.5 MT.

The workshop, store room and other common spaces were satisfactorily
maintained.

The Chief Engineer claimed that the vessel has critical spares as per Class
requirements. Company replaces the spares as soon as they are consumed. Some
of the major items such as liner, piston, bearings were seen during inspection.

Oxygen & acetylene compartments are separated and side by side on


superstructure at port side of the upper deck. The fixed line was leading to the
Engine Workshop.

Incinerator and Oily Water Separator were reported working satisfactorily.

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Consumption (As given by Chief Engineer and approximate)

Fuel Oil in Loaded Condition (13.75 knots) : 31.0 MT/day

Fuel Oil in Ballast Condition (14.25 knots) : 31.0 MT/day

Fuel Oil in Loaded Condition (Eco-11.75 knots) : 23.0 MT/day

Fuel Oil in Ballast Condition (Eco-12.25 knots) 31.0 MT/day

Generator (At Sea) : 2.35 MT/day

Generator (In Port-Idle & Cargo Loading) : 1.75 MT/day

Generator (In Port-Full cargo discharge) : 8.00 MT/day

Generator (Ballast/De-ballast) : Add 2.50 MT/day

Boiler (In Port) : 2.0 MT/day

Boiler at Sea : Nil

IG Production : Add 1.0/6.0 (HFO/MGO)

COW Operation : Add 4.5/4.5 (HFO/MGO)

Cargo Tank Cleaning (Hot) : Add 15.0/4.5 (HFO/MGO)

Main Engine Cylinder Oil : 300 litres/day

Main Engine System Oil : Nil

Auxiliary Engine System Oil : 40 litres/AE/day

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18.0 HOLDS, TANKS AND CAPACITIES

CARGO TANK CAPACITIES

Capacity m3
S. No. Tank Details Frame
100% 98%

01 #1 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 86 ~ 94 2,809.9 2,753.7

02 #1 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 86 ~ 94 2,789.9 2,734.1

03 #2 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 78 ~ 86 3,097.5 3,035.6

04 #2 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 78 ~ 86 3,095.7 3,033.8

05 #3 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 70 ~ 78 3,943.4 3,864.5

06 #3 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 70 ~ 78 3,945.2 3,866.3

07 #4 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 62 ~ 70 3,941.9 3,863.1

08 #4 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 62 ~ 70 3,944.5 3,865.6

09 #5 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 54 ~ 62 3,943.2 3,864.3

10 #5 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 54 ~ 62 3,946.5 3,867.6

11 #6 Cargo Oil Tank (P) 46 ~ 54 3,609.5 3,537.3

12 #6 Cargo Oil Tank (S) 46 ~ 54 3,608.2 3,536.0

42,675.4 41,821.9

13 Slop Tank (P) 42 ~ 46 609.9 597.7

14 Slop Tank (S) 42 ~ 46 612.4 600.2

1,222.3 1,197.9

Total 43,897.7 43,019.7

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Ballast Tanks

100% Capacity
S. No. Tank Frame
m3 MT

01 Fore Peak Tank (C) 94 ~ F.E. 1,533.8 1,572.1


02 #1 Water Ballast Tank (P) 86 ~ 94 1,611.2 1,651.5
03 #1 Water Ballast Tank (S) 86 ~ 94 1,735.9 1,779.3
04 #2 Water Ballast Tank (P) 78 ~ 86 1,527.1 1,565.3
05 #2 Water Ballast Tank (S) 78 ~ 86 1,418.8 1,454.3
06 #3 Water Ballast Tank (P) 70 ~ 78 1,414.7 1,450.1
07 #3 Water Ballast Tank (S) 70 ~ 78 1,522.9 1,561.0
08 #4 Water Ballast Tank (P) 62 ~ 70 1,522.9 1,561.0
09 #4 Water Ballast Tank (S) 62 ~ 70 1,414.7 1,450.1
10 #5 Water Ballast Tank (P) 54 ~ 62 1,393.8 1,428.6
11 #5 Water Ballast Tank (S) 54 ~ 62 1,502.0 1,539.6
12 #6 Water Ballast Tank (P) 39 ~ 54 1,946.6 1,995.3
13 #6 Water Ballast Tank (S) 39 ~ 54 1,815.5 1,860.9
14 Aft Peak Tank (C) A.E. ~ 11 700.6 718.1
Ballast Total 21,060.5 21,587.0

Heavy Fuel Oil Tanks (δ = 0.9800 t/m3)

Frame 100%
S. No. Tank 98% MT
No. m3

01 #1 Heavy Fuel Oil Tank (P) 39 ~ 42 386.6 371.3


02 #1 Heavy Fuel Oil Tank (S) 39 ~ 42 415.4 399.0
03 #2 Heavy Fuel Oil Tank (P) 27 ~ 39 265.8 255.3
04 #2 Heavy Fuel Oil Tank (S) 27 ~ 39 338.9 325.5
05 Low Sulphur F.O. Service Tank 33 ~ 36 38.6 37.1
06 F.O. Settling Tank 36 ~ 39 38.6 37.1
07 F.O. Service Tank 39 ~ 40 34.2 32.8
Total 1,518.1 1,351.0

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Diesel Oil Tanks (δ = 0.8500 MT/m3)

S. No. Tank Frame No. 100% m3 98% MT

01 D.O. Tank 23 ~ 39 79.5 66.2


02 D.O. Settling Tank 27 ~ 29 8.5 7.1
03 D.O. Service Tank 27 ~ 32 47.4 39.5
Total 135.4 119.2
Lube Oil Tanks (δ = 0.9000 t/m ) 3

S. Frame Capacity m3 98%


Tank
No. No. 100% 98% MT
01 Main Lube Oil Sump Tank 20 ~ 33 17.4 17.1 15.3
02 Cylinder Oil Storage Tank 23 ~ 27 18.8 18.4 16.6
03 Main Lube Oil Storage Tank 23 ~ 27 13.1 12.8 11.6
04 Main Lube Oil Settling Tank 23 ~ 27 13.1 12.8 11.6
05 G/E Lube Oil Storage Tank 23 ~ 25 6.6 6.5 5.8
06 G/E Lube Oil Settling Tank 25 ~ 27 6.6 6.5 5.8
07 Low TBN Cylinder Oil Storage Tank 23 ~ 27 21.3 20.9 18.8
Total 96.9 95.0 85.5

Fresh Water Tanks

Frame Capacity
S. No. Tank
No. m3 MT
01 Fresh Water Tank (P) -1 ~ 6 68.5 68.5
02 Fresh Water Tank (S) -1 ~ 11 144.6 144.6
03 Drinking Water Tank (S) 6 ~ 11 76.1 76.1
Total 289.2 289.2

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Miscellaneous Tanks

S. No. Tank Frame No. Capacity (m3)

01 Bilge Holding Tank 11 ~ 17 23.1


02 Stern Tube L.O. Drain Tank 13 ~ 14 2.5
03 Oily Bilge Tank 17 ~ 19 14.0
04 F.O. Drain Tank 20 ~ 23 4.6
05 F.O. Overflow Tank 23 ~ 28 12.6
06 L.O. Drain Tank 20 ~ 22 2.8
07 Sludge Tank 30 ~ 37 12.3
Total 71.9

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19.0 MACHINERY INFORMATION

Cargo Hose Cranes


Maker : Dong Nam Enterprise Co. Ltd.
Type : Electrohydraulic Driven
Capacity : 10 MT
Position : Midship at Cargo Manifold
Outreach : 13 m

Provision Crane
Maker : Dong Nam Enterprise Co. Ltd.
Type : Electro Hydraulic Single Jib Crane
Capacity : 2.0 MT

Engine Room Overhead Crane


Maker : Dongnam Marine Crane Co. Ltd
Type : Electro Hydraulic
Capacity : 2.0 MT

Windlass & Mooring Winch


Maker : Rolls Royce OY AB
Type : MW150H/CU70Q3
Capacity : 24 MT x 9 m/min
Quantity : 2

Mooring Winches
Maker : Rolls Royce OY AB
Type : MW150H
Capacity : 15 MT x 15 m/min
Quantity : 4

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Anchor
Maker : Vicinay Cadenas S.A.
Number : 2
Weight : 6,225 kg each

Cables

Maker : Vicinay Cadenas S.A.


Grade : Grade 3
Design Diameter : 70 mm
Length : 300 mm + 302.5 m each

Hydraulic Power Packs (Cargo)

Number Fitted : 4
Maker : Framo
Type : 2 x Electrical – 2 x Diesel (Cummins)
Output : 310 kW Electrical - 425 kW Cummins
Working Pressure : Max 268 Bar

Hydraulic Power Packs (Mooring Winch)

Number Fitted : Nil


Maker :
Type :
Output :
Working Pressure :

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OIL/PRODUCT CARRIER EQUIPMENT

Cargo Pumps

Maker Framo

Type Submerged Centrifugal

Output/Each Pump 450 m3/h x 12 – 200 m3/h x 2

Maximum Head 130 x 12 – 130 x 2

RPM ---

Stripping System

Maker Nil
Type
Capacity

Inert Gas System

Maker AIR PRODUCTS


Type Oil Fired Generator
Number 1
Capacity 4,000 m3/h
Number of Fans 2

Oxygen/Pressure Recorder

Maker ABB Commander


Type SR 100
Location/Capacity CCR

Gas Freeing Fans

Maker Skatool
Type TWF 400A
Capacity 150-210 M3/H

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Tank Cleaning Machines

Maker Polarmarine
Type PJ 30
Capacity 39 m3/h
Number of Drive Heads 01
Pump Output ----

Cargo Tank Radar System

Maker Marine & Industrial Automation PControl


Type Float Type – Cm SYS-14

Portable Tank Gauging

Maker Enraf Tank System


Type G TEX

Cargo Temperature Monitoring

Maker Marine & Industrial Automation PControl


Type 1C Temperature Transducer AD590

Tank Pressure Monitoring

Maker Marine & Industrial Automation PControl


Type EX 1A Pressure/Vacuum Transmitter PCE28

Tank Scopes

Number Provided 3
Maker Draeger
Type X-AM 700

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LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT

Lifeboats Port Starboard


Maker : Norsafe A/S, Norway Norsafe A/S, Norway
Type : Totally Enclosed Totally Enclosed
Capacity : 28 28
Propulsion : Diesel Engine Diesel Engine
Falls Renewed : 24.07.2016 24.07.2016
Last Inspection : 28.12.2017 28.12.2017

Life Rafts
Port Starboard Forward
Maker Viking
Capacity : 16 x 2 16 x 2 6
Date of Manufacture : 07/11, 05/13 07/11, 01/14 07/2011
Last Service Date : 20.10.2017 20.10.2017 20.10.2017

Rescue Boat

Port Side Lifeboat is also used as Rescue Boat.

Survival Suits
(Includes additional in respect of Chemical Notation)
Number of Sets : 35

BA Sets / Fireman’s Outfits

Number provided : 07
Spare Bottles : 18
Maker : Unipack (4) / Scott (3)
Type : ----
Date of last service : 03.07.2017

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EEBD’s

Number Provided : 39 + 1 Training


Maker : Ocenco Inc.
Type : M-20.2
Expiry Date : July 2021 (35), April 2024 (4)

BA Compressor

Maker : BAUER

Type : J-II-E

Output : 225 Bar

Working Pressure : 225 Bar (Filling)

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FIRE-FIGHTING

CO2 System

Areas Covered : Engine Room, Purifier Space

Number of Bottles : 113

Weight per Bottle : 45 kg

Last Service Date : 04.08.2016

Last Hydro Test : 04.08.2006

Foam System

Areas Covered : Cargo Space/Main Deck


Tank Capacity : 8.0 m3
Number of Foam Monitors : 06
Foam Analysis Date : 10.11.2018

Foam Fire Pump

Maker : Shin Shin, Pusan, Korea


Type : SVS 200F
Capacity : 270 m3/h
Location : Foam Room

Fire Extinguishers

Next Service Date : 03.07.2018

Fire & G.S. Pumps and Fire & Bilge Pump

Number Fitted : 02
Maker : Shin Shin, Pusan, Korea
Type : SVS 200F
Capacity : 270 m3/h x 100 m

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Emergency Fire Pump

Number Fitted : 01
Maker : Shin Shin, Pusan, Korea
Type : SVS 100
Capacity : 72 m3/h
Prime Mover : Electric Motor
Location : Steering Gear

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MACHINERY EQUIPMENT LIST

PUMPS

Ballast Pumps

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : FRAMO
Type : SB300
Capacity (m3/h) : 600

Main SW Cooling Pumps

Number Fitted : 3
Maker : Shin Shin, Pusan, Korea
Type : B200 VID1
Capacity (m3/h) : 355 x 25 m

Aux SW Service Pumps

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : Shin Shin, Korea
Type : B200 VID2/1
Capacity (m /h)
3
: 360 x 25 m

Main FW Cooling Pumps

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : Shin Shin, Korea
Type : B125-VID1
Capacity (m3/h) : 84 x 30 m

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Main Lubricating Oil Pumps

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : Shin Shin, Korea
Type : SDF-2V200B
Capacity (m3/h) : 200 x 4.5 kg/cm2

Main Air Compressors

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : Jonghap, Korea
Type : H-264, Vertical 2 Stage
Output (m /h)
3
: 160
Working Pressure : 30 Bar

Emergency Air Compressor

Number Fitted : 1
Maker : Jonghap, Korea
Type : AHV-30, “V” Type 2 Stage
Output (m /h)
3
: 30
Working Pressure : 30 Bar

Service Air Compressor

Number Fitted : 1
Maker : Jonghap, Korea
Type : ZS22B Screw Type Air Cooled
Output (m /h)
3
: 213
Working Pressure : 7.4 Bar

Deck Air Compressor


Maker NEX COMP
Type Screw
Output ----
Working Pressure 7 Bar

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MISCELLANEOUS

Air Conditioning Machinery

Number of Units 2
Unit Maker Hi Air
Cooling Capacity +35°C - +27°C Summer
Heating Capacity -20°C - +20°C Winter
Compressor Maker Hi Press
Compressor Type CMO260

Provision Refrigeration Plant

Provision Refrigeration Plant


Maker HI Press
Type CRKC
Number of Compressors 2

Fresh Water Generator

Maker : Donghwa Entec, Korea


Type : SFD 13/20
Rated Output (m3/day) : 20
Present Output (m3/day) : 18

Purifiers

Maker : Samgong, Busan, Korea


Type and Quantity F.O. : SJ30G,2, (Can be used for FO & DO)
Type and Quantity D.O. : NA
Type and Quantity L.O. : SJ20G, 1 FOR M/E, 1 FOR A/E
Self-Cleaning Function : SELF CLEANING

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

Sewage Treatment Unit

The vessel is fitted with a Sewage Holding Tank of 6.0 m3 capacity and
Overflow Tank of 3.0 m3 capacity.

Incinerator
Maker : Hyundai Marine Machinery
Type : MAXI SL 1
Capacity : 320,000 kCal/h

Oily Water Separator


Maker : Hyundai Marine Machinery
Type : 3SEP OWS 5.0 m3/h
Capacity : 5.0 m3/h
USCG Approval : Yes

Ballast Water Management Plant : Not Fitted

Cathodic Protection System

Number Fitted : 2
Maker : K.C. Ltd., Korea
Type : 2 x 1,300 m3/hr

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Engine Room Workshop Machinery

Pedestal Drill Yes

Pedestal Grinder Yes

Lathe Yes

Electric Welder Yes

Gas Welder Yes

Injector Tester Yes

Workbench with Vice Yes

20.0 MAJOR SPARE PARTS

Tailshaft Nil
Propeller Nil
Anchor 1

Item Qty
Main Engine

Cylinder Covers 1

Cylinder Cover Inserts

Main Engine Cylinder Liners 1

Piston and Rod Assembly 1

Piston Head 4

Exhaust Valves Complete 2

Bottom End Bearing

Set Thrust Pads 1

Main Bearing 2

Cross Head Pin 1

Cross Head Bearings 1

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-PROPULSION DATA-

Main Engine
Design : Two Stroke, SA, Crosshead, Turbocharged
Maker : STX – MAN B&W
Type : 6S50MC-C
Engine Number : SB6S50-4775
Number of Cylinders : 6
Bore : 500 mm
Stroke : 2,000 mm
M.C.R./RPM : 9,480.0 kW at 127.0 rpm
C.S.R./RPM : 8,532 kW at 122.6 rpm

Propeller

Maker : Silla, Korea


Rotation : Right Handed, Single Screw, Fixed Pitch
Number of Blades : 4
Diameter : 5,600 mm
Pitch : ----
Material : Ni-Al-Bronze
Weight : 13,455 kg

Stern Tube Seal

Maker : JMT, Japan


Type : Compact, Simplex, Non-split

Stern Tube Lubricating Oil Analysis

Reports - Date : 22.08.2017


Viscosity @ 40°C (cSt) : 97.6
% Water : 0
PQ Index : 9
Acid Number (mgKOH/g) : 1.40
Remarks : NORMAL
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Lubricating Oil

Maker Lubmarine
Type: Crankcase - Atlanta MD 3005
Cylinder - Talusia Universal

Steering Gear

Maker : Ulstein Frydenbo A/S


Type : Rotary Vane, RV 1050-3
Torque : 1,015 kNm x 80 bar

Rudder

Maker : STX Shipyard

Type : SEMI-SPADE

Weight : 9T

Bow Thruster

Maker : Kawasaki

Type : KB88-B3F

Output : 850 kW

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Main Engine Data

Present RPM : 110 105


Fuel Consumption (MT) : 31 23
Fuel Viscosity (MT) : 380 380
Cylinder Oil Consumption (l) : 300 Litres 250
Crankcase Oil Consumption (l) : Negligible Negligible

M/E Lubricating Oil Analysis

Reports - Date : 08.06.2017

Viscosity @ 100°C (cSt) : 11.66

% Water : 0

BN (mg KOH/g) : 7.7

Insolubles (%) : 0.20

PQ Index : 15

Remarks : Normal

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M/E Running Hours

Total Running Hours

53,631 hours

Component Interval 1 2 3 4 5 6

Piston 16,000 6,374 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377

Cylinder Head ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------

Cylinder Liner ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------

Exhaust Valve 16,000 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377

Fuel Pump Condition 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377

Fuel Injectors 8,000 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377 6,377

Air Start V/V 12,000 6,374 6,374 6,374 6,374 6,374 6,374

Turbocharger 24,000 6,377

21.0 PERFORMANCES AND OVERHAULS

Main Engine Performance:

Laden/ Speed SLIP F.O. DO Cyl. Oil


Date RPM
Ballast (kn) (%) Cons m3 Cons Cons ltr
06.01.2018 Laden 118 13.20 0 300

Unit No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

P Max (bar) 107 108 107 106 107 108

P Comp (bar) 84 84 84 84 83 84

Exhaust Temp °C 325 330 320 330 330 330

Fuel Rack Setting RPM Scavenge Pressure (MPa)


57.8 118 0.17

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M/E Performance Report

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Main Engine Crankshaft Deflection

Vessel: M.T. “Sipea” Port: Singapore Date: 03.08.2016

Engine: STX MAN B&W 6S50MC-C

DRAFT: Ford: 4.5 m Aft: 5.2 m Trim: 0.7 m

1. Start with crank at B.D.C.


2. Move crank to position ‘A’ and fit gauge between the webs, set dial to zero.
3. Continue turning engine in direction shown (ahead direction) and read gauge
at position ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’, and ‘E’ of crankpin, without stopping movement of
crankshaft
4. Opening of webs to be recorded as +. Closing of webs to be recorded as --.
Engine Stroke: 2,000 mm Crankcase Temperature: 38 °C

Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6

BP 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

P 0.01 -0.02 0.01 0.00 0.04 -0.03

T 0.03 -0.03 0.02 0.01 0.12 0.09

S 0.01 -0.04 -0.02 -0.03 0.07 0.17

BS 0.00 0.00 -0.03 -0.02 0.01 0.08

B 0.00 0.00 -0.02 -0.01 0.01 0.04

T-B 0.03 -0.03 0.04 0.02 0.12 0.05

S-P 0.00 -0.02 -0.03 -0.03 0.03 0.20

T+B 0.03 -0.03 0.01 0.00 0.13 0.13

P+S 0.02 -0.06 -0.01 -0.03 0.11 0.14


Max
Deflection
=C–

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Main Engine Cylinder Liner Wear Record

Maximum Maximum
Cylinder Total Running Hours
Recorded Recorded Remarks
Number @ Date
Wear mm Ovality mm

2 All cylinder
liners were
renewed on
3
28.97.2916
during the last
dry dock.
4
Present
Running Hours:
5 8,203

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-AUXILIARIES DATA-

Diesel Alternator Engines

Number of Sets : 3
Maker : STX MAN B&W
Type : 5L23/30H
Number of Cylinders : 5
Bore : 230 mm
Stroke : 300 mm
Output : 600 kW
RPM : 720

Main Alternators

Number of Sets : 3
Maker : Hyundai
Type : HFCS – 54 – 14K
Output : 600 kW
Volts : 440 V
Frequency : 60 Hz

Emergency Generator Engine


Maker : STX Cummins
Type : 6CT8.3DMGE
Number of Cylinders : 6
RPM : 1,800
Output : 120 kW

Emergency Alternator

Maker : Stamford
Type : UCM274F1
Output : 150 kVA

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Auxiliary Engine Data

Fuel Consumption at Sea : 2.35 MT/day

Fuel Consumption (In Port-Idle & Cargo Loading) : 1.75 MT/day

Fuel Consumption (In Port-Full cargo discharge) : 8.00 MT/day

Fuel Consumption (Ballast/De-ballast) : Add 2.50 MT/day

Fuel Viscosity : 380 cSt

Load at Sea : 300 kW

Load in Port : 300 kW (Idling)

Crankcase Oil : ~ 40 litres/AE/Day

Auxiliary Engines on Load:

Load Exhaust Temperatures °C


No. Date % Load
(kW) 1 2 3 4 5
1 29.01.18 490 82 400 420 400 395 390
2 29.01.18 520 87 410 410 420 410 400
3 29.01.18 500 83 410 390 410 395 410

Running Hours of Auxiliary Engine:

Total Hours Hours since Hours After Oil Date of Last


No.
(31.01.2018) Last O/H Change Overhaul
1 47,615 50 1,852 27.01.2018
2 46,108 5,874 300 ----
3 46,590 1,048 2,087 (Due) ----

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Steam Plant

Auxiliary Boiler
Number of Sets : 1
Maker : Kangrim
Type : MB05DZRY
Maximum Evaporation Rate : 15,000 kg/h
Number of Burners : 1
Maximum Allowable Working Pressure : 7.0 Bar
Consumption at sea : Nil
Consumption in Port : 2.0 MT

Exhaust Gas Economiser


Number of Sets : 1
Maker : Kangrim
Type : EM12DD07M2, Water Tube, Vertical
Maximum Evaporation Rate : 1,200 kg/h
Maximum Working Pressure : 7 Bar

Boiler Feed Water Treatment

Maker : Unitor
Type : Dosing Tank with Pump

Fresh Water Consumption (Estimate)

Boiler : ~ 0.5 MT/d


Domestic : ~ 5 MT/d

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22.0 VOYAGE MEMO

No. Date Load Port Voyage Grade

01 31.01.2018 Singapore 108A LSFO

02 03.01.2018 Singapore 107A LSFO

03 01.01.2018 Singapore 107A LSFO

04 25.12.2017 Sriracha 107A VLSWR

05 23.11.2017 Dalian 106A Iranian Heavy Crude Oil

06 29.10.2017 Tanjung Langsat 105A LSFO

07 28.10.2017 Tanjung Langsat 105A LSFO 0.3%

08 18.10.2017 Sriracha 104A VLSWR

09 18.09.2017 Tanjung Pelepas 103A HSFO 180 cSt

10 02.09.2017 Mizushima 102A HSFO

11 01.09.2017 Mizushima 102A HSFO

12 13.08.2017 Singapore 101A LSFO

13 01.08.2017 Singapore 100A FO 380 cSt

14 30.07.2017 Sungai Liggi 100A FO

15 20.07.2017 Balikpapan 99A LSFO V1250

16 18.06.2017 Cilacap 98A HSFO 180 cSt

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23.0 OTHERS

The Master only knew that some representative from Vietnam would come on
board, but he didn’t have further details from the owners. In spite of this, he, C/E
and all other officers and crew who were involved in the inspection gave excellent
cooperation. As per the Master, this is the first time he received an inspector on
this vessel. However, nearly at the end of inspection when we asked for the
consumption, sighting of logbooks etc., he informed that he could not give them
without the owners’ permission. He also informed he would get the approval soon.
However, it took a long time and at the same time, we were unable to inform on
time due to weak signal on board. Finally, approval was given by the owners and
then only the Master gave us some records.

24.0 CONCLUSION

The vessel was built in a reputed shipyard in Korea for it quality of workmanship.
It is also fitted with reputed and reliable equipment and machinery.

The present owners have been giving good attention in operating the vessel in a
satisfactory manner and the vessel is mostly employed for the carriage low sulphur
fuel oil as could be seen from the Voyage Memo. The owners have been providing
all the necessary support and the spares and stores supply seem to be adequate.
They also have been supplying items such as paints, mooring ropes which can be
seen on board the vessel. The vessel may be classified well above average when
compared to the age of the vessel. No doubt there are some areas that will require
ongoing attention to keep the vessel in good shape and that is normal. The
cosmetic appearance may not be excellent, but the structural condition is good.

The next docking will be due on 8th August 2019 and it is expected that the hull
will withstand till that time since it appeared good as viewed from the port side.

Following points may be worthy to consider:

01. The next special survey will be due on 9th January 2022.

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02. The C/E handed over the M/E Crankshaft deflection that was taken by the
shipyard personnel during the last dry dock (03.08.2016). There was no
record when A/E’s crankshaft inspections were taken. C/E was unable to give
any explanation on this.

03. The vessel has been carrying mostly heavy fuel oil and the cargo are
expected to contain heavy amount of sludge since the tanks were not cleaned
for quite some time. Cleaning, painting and maintenance shall be carried out
in case it is decided to carry sensitive cargoes.

04. The vessel is not yet fitted with the Ballast Water Management Plant. This
shall be borne in mind since it will incur heavy expenses and a suitable
location to fit the plant also should be considered.

05. Since the vessel is not fitted with Alpha Lubricator, the consumption of
cylinder oil is considerably higher.

06. Even though the condition of the ballast tanks that were inspected was good,
it is suggested to inspect all the ballast tanks to ensure their good condition.

07. The vessel could not produce the UT gauging report. It was told that it is in
the office. Since some minor steel work renewal was done on Fore Peak all
ballast tanks during the last dry dock, it is suggested to review the Thickness
Gauging report to ensure the suitability of the steel plates.

08. It is suggested to inspect the cargo holds so that a firm idea of their condition
will be known.

09. The vessel had replaced Biodegradable lube oil in the stern tube system.

10. M/E, A/E, Stern Tube, Steering and Framo system lube oils were tested. All
were satisfactory except No.2 A/E that contains high Insolubles. However,
this has not reached the critical limit.

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Terms and Conditions

Superficial visual inspections of vessels by SAFRA Maritime Services Pte Ltd are
undertaken on the following terms:

Whilst every reasonable effort has been made to survey the vessel concerned in
accordance with instructions, neither SAFRA Maritime Services Pte Ltd nor the
Inspector conducting the inspection accept any responsibility whatsoever of failure
to survey or inspect any item of hull or machinery that is not reasonable accessible
or available for inspection or (in the case of machinery) opened up for inspection
and having regard always to the condition of the vessel and its location, whether
or not the machinery was seen in operation and the time available for the carrying
out of the Survey.

(S. Abdul Kadir)

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