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1 22 10 Technical Operator Contact details for person responsible for oil spill response IN US WATER QI GALLEGHAR. MARINE Tel 1 703 683 4700 1,Fax 1 856 642 3945 Email. info chgms com Web,www gallaghermarine com IN ALL,INTERNANTIONAL WATER EXCEPT. US DPA CAPT SIVASUBRAMANIAM,GANESAN H P 65 9776 9203. TEL 65 9661 0710 FAX 65,63451133 6276073 email sm hsse. sgp aet tankers com, 1 23 Number of years this vessel has been controlled by technical operator Years.
1 24 Total number of vessels operated by this Technical Operator 61. 1 25 Name of Commercial Operator AET INC LIMITED ASIA. 1 25 1 Commercial Operator Full Address 1 Harbour front Avenue 11 02. Keppel Bay Tower Singapore, 1 25 2 Commercial Operator Office telephone number 65 6100 2288. 1 25 3 Commercial Operator Office telex number, 1 25 4 Commercial Operator Office fax number 65 63762791. 1 25 5 Commercial Operator Office Email address Crude aet tankers com. 1 25 6 Commercial Operator Contact person Capt Nyi Nyi Zaw Min. 1 25 7 Commercial Operator Contact person after hours telephone number 65 9622 1592. 1 26 Builder Daewoo shipbuilding and Marine,Engineering Co Ltd. 1 27 Date of building contract Sep 19 2006,1 28 Hull number 5348. 1 29 Date keel laid Jul 12 2011,1 30 Date launched Aug 31 2011.
1 31 Date delivered Date of Built Oct 31 2011, 1 32 If applicable date of completion of major hull changes. 1 33 List what changes were made with major hull change. 4 CLASSIFICATION,1 34 Classification society Bureau Veritas. 1 35 Class Notation I HULL MACH Oil Tanker,ESP VeriSTAR HULL AUT. UMS unrestricted,navigation CPS WBT MON,SHAFT SPM CSR INWATERSURVEY. 1 36 If Classification society changed name of previous society N A. 1 37 If Classification society changed date of change. 1 38 Date of last dry dock,1 39 Date of second last dry dock.
1 40 Date next dry dock due Oct 30 2016,1 41 Date of last special survey. 1 42 Was last special survey an enhanced special survey. 1 43 Date next special survey due Oct 30 2016, 1 44 If vessel has Condition Assessment Programme CAP rating what is the latest rating. 1 45 Certificate of Class COC Last Annual,1 46 Date of last boiler survey Port boiler. 1 47 Date of last boiler survey Starboard boiler, 1 48 Is the vessel subject to Continuous Machinery Survey Yes. 5 DIMENSIONS,1 49 Length overall LOA 249 9 Metres,1 50 Length between perpendiculars LBP 239 Metres.
1 51 Beam extreme breadth 44 032 Metres,1 52 Moulded breadth 44 0 Metres. 1 53 Moulded depth 21 20 Metres,1 54 Keel to masthead KTM 47 50 Metres. 1 55 Distance bow to bridge 209 4 Metres, 1 56 Distance bridge front mid point manifold 81 1 Metres. 1 57 PARALLEL MID BODY DIAGRAM, 1 57 1 Distance bow to mid point manifold BCM 128 3 Metres. 1 57 2 Distance stern to mid point manifold SCM 121 5 Metres. 1 57 3 Parallel body light ship 87 Metres, 1 57 4 Parallel body forward to mid point manifold light ship 60 3 Metres.
1 57 5 Parallel body aft to mid point manifold light ship 26 7 Metres. 1 57 6 Parallel body normal ballast 122 4 Metres, 1 57 7 Parallel body forward to mid point manifold normal ballast 73 8 Metres. 1 57 8 Parallel body aft to mid point manifold normal ballast 48 6 Metres. 1 57 9 Parallel body at loaded summer deadweight SDWT 144 62 Metres. 1 57 10 Parallel body forward to mid point manifold at loaded SDWT 74 91 Metres. 1 57 11 Parallel body aft to mid point manifold at loaded SDWT 69 71 Metres. 1 58 Does the vessel have a bulbous bow Yes,6 TONNAGES. 1 59 Net Registered Tonnage NRT 35565,1 60 Gross Tonnage GT 62884. 1 61 Suez Tonnage,1 61 1 Suez Canal Gross Tonnage SCGT 64031 69. 1 61 2 Suez Canal Net Tonnage SCNT 58791 40,1 62 Panama Canal Net Tonnage PCNT.
7 LOADLINE INFORMATION,1 63 1 Summer Freeboard 6 217 Metres. 1 63 2 Summer Draft 15 024 Metres, 1 63 3 Summer Deadweight SDWT 116337 3 Metric Tonnes. 1 63 4 Summer Displacement 135487 8 Metric Tonnes,1 64 1 Winter Freeboard 6 529 Metres. 1 64 2 Winter Draft 14 712 Metres,1 64 3 Winter Deadweight 113239 1 Metric Tonnes. 1 64 4 Winter Displacement 132389 6 Metric Tonnes,1 65 1 Tropical Freeboard 5 905 Metres.
1 65 2 Tropical Draft 15 336 Metres,1 65 3 Tropical Deadweight 119444 2 Metric Tonnes. 1 65 4 Tropical Displacement 138594 7 Metric Tonnes. 1 66 1 Lightship Freeboard 18 568 Metres,1 66 2 Lightship Draft 2 673 Metres. 1 66 3 Lightship Deadweight 0 Metric Tonnes, 1 66 4 Lightship Displacement Lightweight 19150 Metric Tonnes. 1 67 1 Normal Ballast Condition Freeboard 14 16 Metres. 1 67 2 Normal Ballast Condition Draft 7 105 Metres. 1 67 3 Normal Ballast Condition Deadweight 39572 3 Metric Tonnes. 1 67 4 Normal Ballast Condition Displacement 58722 8 Metric Tonnes. 1 68 1 Segregated Ballast Condition Freeboard 14 060 Metres. 1 68 2 Segregated Ballast Condition Draft 7 181 Metres. 1 68 3 Segregated Ballast Condition Deadweight 40236 8 Metric Tonnes. 1 68 4 Segregated Ballast Condition Displacement 59636 8 Metric Tonnes. 1 69 FWA at Summer Draft Freeboard 341 Millimetres. 1 70 TPC Immersion at Summer Draft Freeboard 99 41 Metric Tonnes. 1 71 1 Draught Fore at normal ballast conditions Freeboard 5 932 Metres. 1 71 2 Draught Aft at normal ballast conditions Draft 8 278 Metres. 1 72 Does the vessel have Multiple SDWT Yes, 1 73 If the vessel has multiple SDWT what is maximum assigned Deadweight 116337 3 Metric Tonnes. 1 74 What is the max height of mast above waterline air draft in normal SBT condition 39 64 Metres. 8 RECENT OPERATIONAL HISTORY, 1 75 Has the vessel traded continuously without requirement for unscheduled repairs since the.
last dry dock except for normal maintenance, 1 76 If unscheduled repairs have been carried out what was the nature of the repairs. 1 77 Has the vessel been involved in a pollution incident during the past 12 months No. 1 78 Has the vessel been involved in a grounding incident during the past 12 months No. 1 79 Has the vessel been involved in a collision during the past 12 months No. 2 Chapter 2,1 CERTIFICATES,2 1 Register Number 741 11 KOR. 2 2 1 Safety Equipment Certificate SEC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 2 2 Safety Equipment Certificate SEC Expires Oct 30 2016. 2 2 3 Safety Equipment Certificate SEC Last Annual. 2 3 1 Safety Radio Certificate SRC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 3 2 Safety Radio Certificate SRC Expires Oct 30 2016. 2 3 3 Safety Radio Certificate SRC Last Annual, 2 4 1 Safety Construction Certificate SCC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 4 2 Safety Construction Certificate SCC Expires Oct 30 2016. 2 4 3 Safety Construction Certificate SCC Last Annual. 2 5 1 International Loadline Certificate ILC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 5 2 International Loadline Certificate ILC Expires Oct 30 2016. 2 5 3 International Loadline Certificate ILC Last Annual. 2 6 1 International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate IOPPC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 6 2 International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate IOPPC Expires Oct 30 2016. 2 6 3 International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate IOPPC Last Annual. 2 7 Type of Oil Tanker as specified by IOPPC Crude Product If not an oil tanker specify. 2 8 1 ISM Safety Management Certificate SMC Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 8 2 ISM Safety Management Certificate SMC Expires Apr 30 2012. 2 8 3 ISM Safety Management Certificate SMC Last Intermediate. 2 9 1 Document of Compliance DOC Issued Jun 06 2008. 2 9 2 Document of Compliance DOC Expires Jul 01 2013. 2 9 3 Document of Compliance DOC Endorsed Jun 23 2011. 2 10 1 USCG Letter of Compliance if applicable Issued. 2 10 2 USCG Letter of Compliance if applicable Expires. 2 10 3 USCG Letter of Compliance if applicable Last Annual. 2 11 1 USCG Certificate of Compliance COC TVEL Issued. 2 11 2 USCG Certificate of Compliance COC TVEL Expires. 2 12 Minimum Safe Manning Certificate MSM Issued Oct 11 2011. 2 13 Civil Liability Convention CLC 1969 Certificate Issued. 2 14 Civil Liability Convention CLC 1992 Certificate Issued Oct 31 2011. 2 15 U S Certificate of Financial Responsibility COFR Issued Oct 11 2011. 2 16 Certificate of Fitness COF Chemicals issued,2 17 Certificate of Fitness COF Gas issued. 2 18 Noxious Liquids Substance Certificate NLS Issued. 2 19 Unattended Machinery Space Certificate UMS Issued. 2 20 International Tonnage Certificate ITC Issued,2 DOCUMENTS.
2 21 IMO Safety of Life at Sea Convention SOLAS 74 Yes. 2 22 IMO International Code of Signals SOLAS V Reg 21 Yes. 2 23 IMO International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships MARPOL 73 78 Yes. 2 24 IMO Ships Routeing Yes, 2 25 IMO International Regulations For Preventing Collisions at Sea COLREGS Yes. 2 26 IMO Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping STCW Convention Yes. 2 27 ICS Guide to Helicopter Ship Operations Yes, 2 28 OCIMF ICS IAPH International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals ISGOTT Yes. 2 29 OCIMF ICS Clean Seas Guide for Oil Tankers Yes. 2 30 OCIMF ICS Prevention of Oil Spillages Through Cargo Pumproom Sea Valves Yes. 2 31 OCIMF ICS Ship to Ship Transfer Guide Petroleum Yes. 2 32 OCIMF Recommendations for Oil Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment Yes. 2 33 OCIMF Mooring Equipment Guidelines Yes,2 34 OCIMF Effective Mooring Yes. 2 35 USCG Regulations for Tankers USCG 33 CFR 46 CFR Yes. 2 36 Oil Transfer Procedures USCG 33 CFR 155 156 Yes. 2 37 Operator s ISM Manuals Yes, 2 38 Is the publication IMO Inert Gas Systems or Ship Technical Operator s equivalent manual on Yes. 2 39 Is the publication IMO Cow Systems or Ship Technical Operator s equivalent manual on Yes. 2 40 ICS Bridge Procedures Guide Yes,2 41 IAMSAR Vol 3 Yes.
2 42 Nautical Institute Bridge Team Management Yes. 2 43 International Medical Guide for Ships or equivalent Yes. 2 44 International Ship Security Certificate ISSC Is vessel fully compliant Yes. 3 FOR CHEMICAL TANKERS ONLY, 2 45 IMO Code for Construction Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk IBC No. 2 46 IMO Index of Dangerous Chemicals Carried in Bulk. 2 47 ICS Tanker Safety Guide Chemicals, 2 48 IMO Code for Construction Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk BCH. 2 49 Chemical Data Guide USCG 1990 CIM 16616 6A, 2 50 Medical First Aid Guide for Use in Accidents involving Dangerous goods MFAG. 2 51 Procedures and Arrangements P A Manual,4 FOR GAS CARRIERS ONLY. 2 52 IMO Code for Construction Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk IGC. 2 53 ICS Tanker Safety Guide Liquefied Gas, 2 54 SIGTTO Liquefied Gas Handling Principles on Ships and in Terminals.
2 55 SIGTTO Guide to Pressure Relief Valve Maintenance and Testing. 2 56 ICS Ship to Ship Transfer Guide Liquefied Gases. 2 57 IMO International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied. Gases in Bulk IGC Code, 2 58 IMO Code for Existing Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk EGC Code. 3 Chapter 3,1 CREW MANAGEMENT,3 1 Minimum manning required officers 6. 3 1 1 Actual manning officers 10, 3 1 2 List Nationality of Officers Indian Chinese filipino Russian and. 3 1 3 Master Employed by Vessel Operator Yes,3 1 4 Officers employed by Vessel Operator Yes. 3 1 5 Ratings employed by Vessel Operator Yes, 3 1 6 Common language used Vessel Operator English.
3 1 7 Manning agent 1 Officers Full name AET SHIPMANAGEMENT SINGAPORE. 3 1 7 1 Manning agent 1 Officers Full address 1 Harbour Front Avenue 11 01. Keppel Bay Tower Singapore, 3 1 7 2 Manning agent 1 Officers Office telephone number 65 61002288. 3 1 7 3 Manning agent 1 Officers Office telex number RS 20155 AET. 3 1 7 4 Manning agent 1 Officers Office fax number 65 63451133 62760735. 3 1 7 5 Manning agent 1 Officers Office Email address sm hrsea sgp aet tankers com. 3 1 8 Are manning agent s wholly or partially owned by Operator Yes. 3 1 9 If No does Operator have selection rights, 3 1 10 Does vessel s Operator maintain personnel files on officers assigned to his vessels Yes. 3 1 11 Do officers regularly return to Operator s vessels Yes. 3 2 Minimum manning required ratings 6,3 2 1 Actual manning ratings 7. 3 2 2 List Nationality of Ratings Filipino,3 2 3 Master Employed by Manning Agent. 3 2 4 Officers employed by Manning Agent,3 2 5 Ratings employed by Manning Agent.
3 2 6 Common language used Manning Agent,3 2 7 Manning agent 1 Ratings Full name. 3 2 7 1 Manning agent 1 Ratings Full address, 3 2 7 2 Manning agent 1 Ratings Office telephone number. 3 2 7 3 Manning agent 1 Ratings Office telex number. 3 2 7 4 Manning agent 1 Ratings Office fax number, 3 2 7 5 Manning agent 1 Ratings Office Email address. 3 2 8 Does vessel s Operator maintain personnel files on ratings assigned to his vessels Yes. 3 2 9 Do ratings regularly return to Operator s vessels Yes. 2 CONTINUITY, 3 3 Do senior officers return to the same vessel on a rotational basis No. 3 4 Are senior officers rotated on vessels of similar class within company fleet Yes. 3 5 Are junior officers and ratings rotated on vessels of similar class within company fleet Yes. 3 6 If senior officers do not return to same vessel on a rotational basis are changes of Master Yes. Chief Officer and Second Engineer organised to avoid a full change of officers at same time. 3 TRAINING, 3 7 List Operator sponsored training courses available to officers Bridge Management etc Bridge Resource Management.
Bridge TeamManagement STS Ship,HandlingSimulation Pilotage Ship. Handling Simulator forTanker,ECDIS Leadership Assessment. 3 8 List Operator sponsored training courses available to ratings Fire Fighting etc CBT TRAINING THROUGH SEAGULL. 3 9 Are Masters and Chief Engineers required to attend company office before and after each. tour of duty, 3 10 Does operator hold regular training seminars ashore for officers No. 3 11 Are training seminars provided on board for officers and ratings Yes. 3 12 What courses exceeding statutory requirements are provided for senior officers STS ECIDS VLCC SHIP. HANDLING BTRM AND,COMMAND SOLAP CBT TRAINING,THROUGH SEAGULL. 3 13 What courses exceeding statutory requirements are provided for junior officers BTRM ECIDS. 3 14 What courses exceeding statutory requirements are provided for ratings CBT TRAINING MODULES THROUGH. 4 Chapter 4,1 NAVIGATION,4 1 1 Magnetic compass Yes.
4 1 2 Magnetic compass Type SAURA SR 165M,4 1 3 Magnetic compass Number of Units 1. 4 2 1 Gyro compass Yes,4 2 2 Gyro compass Type YOKOGAWA CMZ700S. 4 2 3 Gyro compass Number of Units 1,4 3 1 Gyro Autopilot Yes. 4 3 2 Gyro Autopilot Type YOKOGAWA PT 500,4 3 3 Gyro Autopilot Number of Units 1. 4 4 1 1 Radar 1 Yes,4 4 1 2 Radar Type X BAND ARPA JRC JMA 9122 6XA.
4 4 1 3 Radar 1 Number of Units 1,4 4 2 1 Radar 2 Yes. 4 4 2 2 Radar Type S BAND ARPA JRC JMA 9132A SA,4 4 2 3 Radar 2 Number of Units 1. 4 4 3 Are radars gyro stabilised Yes, 4 5 Is there at least one radar operating in the 9 Ghz frequency band 3cm x band Yes. 4 6 Are the 3 GHz 10cm S band and 9Ghz 3cm X band radars fitted with an electronic Yes. switching unit,4 7 1 Radar plotting equipment,4 7 2 Radar plotting equipment Type. 4 7 3 Radar plotting equipment Number of Units,4 8 1 Are the Radars fitted with ARPA Yes.
4 8 2 Type of ARPA JRC JMA 9132A SA and JMA 9122,4 8 3 Number of ARPA Units installed 2. 4 9 1 Depth sounder with recorder Yes, 4 9 2 Depth sounder with recorder Type JRC JFE 680. 4 9 3 Depth sounder with recorder Number of Units 1. 4 10 1 Speed distance indicator Yes,4 10 2 Speed distance indicator Type JRC JLN 550. 4 10 3 Speed distance indicator Number of Units 2,4 11 1 Doppler log Yes. 4 11 2 Doppler log Type JRC JLN 550,4 11 3 Doppler log Number of Units.
4 12 1 Docking approach doppler,4 12 2 Docking approach doppler Type. 4 12 3 Docking approach doppler Number of Units,4 13 1 Rudder angle indicator Yes. 4 13 2 Rudder angle indicator Type DAEYANG 3C 300R and SO 200. 4 13 3 Rudder angle indicator Number of Units 3,4 14 1 RPM indicator Yes. 4 14 2 RPM indicator Type NABTESCO DLQ 192 PG,4 14 3 RPM indicator Number of Units 3. 4 15 1 Controllable pitch propeller indicator, 4 15 2 Controllable pitch propeller indicator Type.
4 15 3 Controllable pitch propeller indicator Number of Units. 4 16 1 Bow thruster indicator,4 16 2 Bow thruster indicator Type. 4 16 3 Bow thruster indicator Number of Units,4 17 1 Stern Thrust indicator. 4 17 2 Stern Thrust indicator Type,4 17 3 Stern Thrust indicator Number of Units. 4 18 1 Rate of turn indicator Yes, 4 18 2 Rate of turn indicator Type YOKOGAWA MKR 302 and MHR. 4 18 3 Rate of turn indicator Number of Units 3,4 19 1 Radio direction finder.
4 19 2 Radio direction finder Type,4 19 3 Radio direction finder Number of Units. 4 20 1 Navtex receiver Yes,4 20 2 Navtex receiver Type JRC NCR 333. 4 20 3 Navtex receiver Number of Units 1,4 21 1 Satellite navigation receiver. 4 21 2 Satellite navigation receiver Type, 4 21 3 Satellite navigation receiver Number of Units. 4 22 1 Is the vessel fitted with GPS Yes,4 22 2 Type of GPS installed JRC JLR 7800.
4 22 3 Number of GPS units installed 2, 4 23 1 Is the vessel fitted with Differential GPS Yes. 4 23 2 Type of Differential GPS installed JRC JLR 7800. 4 23 3 Number of Differential GPS units installed 2. 4 24 1 Is there an Electronic Chart Display Yes, 4 24 2 Is there an Electronic Chart Display Type JRC JAN 901 B. 4 24 3 Is there an Electronic Chart Display Number of Units 1. 4 25 Is the Electronic Chart Display incorporated into an approved ECDIS. 4 26 1 Integrated Navigation System INS Yes, 4 26 2 Integrated Navigation System INS Type JRC JAN 2000 CON2. 4 26 3 Integrated Navigation System INS Number of Units 1. 4 27 1 Decca navigator,4 27 2 Decca navigator Type. 4 27 3 Decca navigator Number of Units,4 28 1 Omega receiver.
4 28 2 Omega receiver Type,4 28 3 Omega receiver Number of Units. 4 29 1 Loran C receiver,4 29 2 Loran C receiver Type. 4 29 3 Loran C receiver Number of Units,4 30 1 Course recorder Yes. 4 30 2 Course recorder Type YOKOGAWA MKR 101 A,4 30 3 Course recorder Number of Units 1. 4 31 1 1 Off course alarm gyro Yes, 4 31 1 2 Off course alarm gyro Type YOKOGAWA PB343.
4 31 1 3 Off course alarm gyro Number of Units 1,4 31 2 1 Off course alarm magnetic Yes. 4 31 2 2 Off course alarm magnetic Type YOKOGAWA PB343. 4 31 2 3 Off course alarm magnetic Number of Units 1. 4 32 1 Engine order printer,4 32 2 Engine order printer Type. 4 32 3 Engine order printer Number of Units,4 33 1 Anemometer Yes. 4 33 2 Anemometer Type DAEYANG A144,4 33 3 Anemometer Number of Units 1. 4 34 1 Weather fax Yes,4 34 2 Weather fax Type JRC JAX 95.
4 34 3 Weather fax Number of Units 1,4 35 Does the vessel carry sextant s Yes. 4 36 Does the vessel carry a signal lamp Yes, 4 37 Is each bridge wing fitted with a rudder angle indicator Yes. 4 38 1 Is each bridge wing fitted with a RPM indicator Yes. 4 38 2 Is each bridge wing fitted with a gyro repeater Yes. 4 39 If the vessel is fitted with a controllable pitch propeller are indicators fitted on the bridge. 4 40 Are steering motor controls and engine controls fitted on bridge wings. 4 41 Is bridge equipped with a Dead Man alarm or equipment Yes. 5 Chapter 5,1 SAFETY MANAGEMENT, 5 1 Is the vessel operated under a Quality Management System Yes. 5 1 1 If Yes what type of system ISO9002 or IMO Resolution A 741 18. 5 1 2 If Yes who is the certifying body,5 1 3 Date of vessel certification. 2 HELICOPTERS, 5 2 Can the vessel comply with the ICS Helicopter Guidelines Yes.
5 2 1 If Yes state whether winching or landing area provided Landing. 5 2 2 What is diameter of circle provided 6 7 Metres. 3 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT, 5 3 Is a fixed foam firefighting system installed for the cargo area Yes. 5 4 Type of foam on board Multipurpose, 5 5 Date of foam supply or last analysis certificate Jul 20 2011. 5 6 What fixed fire fighting system is provided for the paint locker SPRINKLER. 5 7 What type of fire fighting system is fitted in pumproom s CO2. 5 8 What type of fire fighting system is fitted in engine room s CO2 AND HYPER MIST. 5 9 What type of fire fighting system is fitted in void spaces s. 5 10 Is a fixed dry powder firefighting system installed for the cargo area No. 5 11 Is a fixed water spray firefighting system installed for the cargo area No. 5 12 Is vessel equipped with recharging compressor for breathing apparatus Yes. 5 13 What type of lifeboat is fitted Conventional,5 14 Is a dedicated rescue boat carried. 5 15 The type of rescue boat is Rigid inflated rigid inflated. 6 Chapter 6,1 POLLUTION PREVENTION, 6 1 Is the vessel fitted with a continuous deck edge fishplate enclosing the deck area Yes. 6 1 1 If Yes what is its minimum vertical height above the deck plating 250 Millimetres. 6 1 2 What is maximum vertical height above deck plating at aft thwartships coaming 400 Millimetres. 6 1 3 How far forward is this height maintained Metres. 6 2 Is an athwartship deck coaming fitted adjacent to accommodation and service areas Yes. 6 3 What is the height of the coaming 450 Millimetres. 6 4 Is spill containment fitted under the cargo manifold Yes. 6 5 Is spill containment fitted under all bunker manifolds Yes. 6 6 Is containment fitted under the bunker tank vents Yes. 6 7 Is containment fitted around the deck machinery Yes. 6 8 Specify type of scupper plugs MECHANICAL TYPE, 6 9 Are means provided for draining or removing oil from deck area containment Yes.
6 10 1 What type of sorbents are provided Yes, 6 10 2 Are non sparking hand scoops and shovels provided Yes. 6 10 3 Disposal Containers Yes,6 10 4 Are emulsifiers provided Yes. 6 10 5 Non sparking pumps Yes, 6 11 Is the cargo piping system fully segregated from the sea chest Yes. 6 12 What type of sea valves that are fitted Butterfly Flange type. 6 13 If the vessel is a pre MARPOL tanker is a cargo sea chest valve testing arrangement fitted. which meets OCIMF recommendations, 6 14 Are dump valves fitted to slop tanks which can be left open with inert gas pressure on the Yes. 6 15 Are overboard discharges fitted with blanks or alternatively is there a testing arrangement Yes. for the overboard valves, 6 16 Is there a discharge below the waterline for Annex II substances.
6 17 Is there a discharge above the waterline for Annex I oily mixtures Yes. 6 18 Does Operator have policy to pressure test cargo piping at intervals no greater than 12 Yes. 6 18 1 If Yes specify pressure 14 bar,6 19 Is garbage incinerator fitted Yes. 2 OPA 90 REQUIREMENTS, 6 20 Has the vessel Operator submitted a Vessel Spill Response Plan to the US Coast Guard which Yes. has been approved by official USCG letter, 6 21 Has a Geographic Specific Appendix been filed with the Captain of the Port for each Port Yes. Zone the vessel expects to enter or transit, 6 22 Has the vessel Operator deposited a letter with the US Coast Guard confirming that the Yes. Operator has signed a service contract with an oil spill removal organisation for responding. to a worst case scenario,7 Chapter 7,1 STRUCTURAL CONDITION.
7 1 Are cargo tanks coated Yes, 7 1 1 If cargo tanks are coated specify type of coating tar free epoxy Hybrid. 7 1 2 If partially coated specify which tanks are coated 1 P S COT 2P S COT 3P S COT 4P S. COT 5P S COT 6P S COT,PARTIALLY COATED SLOP P S,FULLY COATED. 7 1 3 If cargo tanks are coated specify to what extent 1 P S COT 2P S COT 3P S COT 4P S. COT 5P S COT 6P S COT DECK,HEAD TO 2 0 M BOTTOM TO 0 5. 7 2 What is the condition of the cargo tank coating Good. 7 3 Are ballast tanks coated Yes, 7 3 1 If ballast tanks are coated specify type of coating tar free epoxy. 7 3 2 If ballast tanks are coated specify to what extent FULLY COATED. 7 3 3 What is the condition of ballast tank coating Good. 7 4 Are there anodes in the cargo tanks,7 5 Are there anodes in the ballast tanks Yes.
7 6 What type of anodes are used Zinc anodes,7 7 What percentage of anodes have wasted 0. 7 8 If anodes are aluminium what is the height above tank bottom Millimetres. 7 9 Is a formal programme in place for regular inspection of void spaces cargo and ballast Yes. 7 10 Does the vessel have planned prevention maintenance programme PPM Yes. 7 10 1 Is PPM manual card system or computerised Computerised. 7 10 2 What areas of vessel does PPM cover FULL VESSEL. 7 10 3 Is PPM Class approved No,8 Chapter 8,1 CARGO AND BALLAST HANDLING. 8 1 Tank Plan 1 P S 2P S 3P S 4P S 5P S6P S,AND SLOP P S COT FPK. 1P S 2P S 3P S 4P S 5P S 6P S,8 1 1 Tank Plan Diagram. 2 DOUBLE HULL VESSELS, 8 2 Is vessel fitted with centreline bulkhead in all cargo tanks Yes.
8 2 1 If Yes is bulkhead solid or perforated Solid. 8 2 2 Is vessel fitted with any full breadth ballast tanks No. 8 2 3 If Yes how many ballast tanks are full breadth. 8 2 4 Does vessel meet the IMO definition of double hull Yes. 3 CARGO TANK CAPACITIES,8 3 Cargo Tank Capacities At 98 Full M3. 8 3 1 Centre Tank Number 1 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 2 Centre Tank Number 2 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 3 Centre Tank Number 3 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 4 Centre Tank Number 4 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 5 Centre Tank Number 5 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 6 Centre Tank Number 6 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 7 Centre Tank Number 7 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 8 Centre Tank Number 8 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 9 Centre Tank Number 9 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 10 Centre Tank Number 10 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 11 Centre Tank Number 11 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 12 Centre Tank Number 12 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 13 Centre Tank Number 13 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 14 Centre Tank Number 14 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 15 Centre Tank Number 15 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 3 16 Wings P S combined Number 1 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 17751 Cu Metres. 8 3 17 Wings P S combined Number 2 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 22014 Cu Metres. 8 3 18 Wings P S combined Number 3 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 22014 Cu Metres. 8 3 19 Wings P S combined Number 4 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 22014 Cu Metres. 8 3 20 Wings P S combined Number 5 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 22014 Cu Metres. 8 3 21 Wings P S combined Number 6 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 21011 8 Cu Metres. 8 3 22 Wings P S combined Number 7 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 23 Wings P S combined Number 8 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 24 Wings P S combined Number 9 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 25 Wings P S combined Number 10 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 26 Wings P S combined Number 11 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 27 Wings P S combined Number 12 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 28 Wings P S combined Number 13 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 29 Wings P S combined Number 14 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 3 30 Wings P S combined Number 15 Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 Cu Metres. 8 4 Centre Tank Total Capacity 98 0 Cu Metres, 8 5 Slops 1st Tank Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 1338 9 Cu Metres. 8 5 1 Slops 2nd Tank Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 1338 9 Cu Metres. 8 6 Wings P S combined Total Capacity 98 126819 Cu Metres. 8 7 Slops 3rd tank Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 7 1 Slops 4th tank Capacity max per company policy 98 97 96 or 95 Cu Metres. 8 8 Centre Tank Total Capacity 98 0 Cu Metres, 8 9 Wings P S combined Total Capacity 98 126819 Cu Metres. 8 10 Grand Total Cubic Capacity 98 129496 600 Cu Metres. 4 BALLAST TANK CAPACITIES,8 11 Ballast Capacities At 100 Full M3. 8 11 1 1 Tank Number 1 Identity FPK TANK,8 11 1 2 Tank Number 1 Capacity 1488 6 Cu Metres.
8 11 2 1 Tank Number 2 Identity NO 1 P WBT,8 11 2 2 Tank Number 2 Capacity 3386 8 Cu Metres. 8 11 3 1 Tank Number 3 Identity NO 1 S WBT,8 11 3 2 Tank Number 3 Capacity 3386 8 Cu Metres. 8 11 4 1 Tank Number 4 Identity NO 2 P WBT,8 11 4 2 Tank Number 4 Capacity 3077 5 Cu Metres. 8 11 5 1 Tank Number 5 Identity NO 2 S WBT,8 11 5 2 Tank Number 5 Capacity 3077 5 Cu Metres. 8 11 6 1 Tank Number 6 Identity NO 3 P WBT,8 11 6 2 Tank Number 6 Capacity 3118 Cu Metres.
8 11 7 1 Tank Number 7 Identity NO 3 S WBT,8 11 7 2 Tank Number 7 Capacity 3118 Cu Metres. 8 11 8 1 Tank Number 8 Identity NO 4 P WBT,8 11 8 2 Tank Number 8 Capacity 3118 Cu Metres. 8 11 9 1 Tank Number 9 Identity NO 4 S WBT,8 11 9 2 Tank Number 9 Capacity 3118 Cu Metres. 8 11 10 1 Tank Number 10 Identity NO 5 P WBT, 8 11 10 2 Tank Number 10 Capacity 3088 4 Cu Metres. 8 11 11 1 Tank Number 11 Identity NO 5 S WBT, 8 11 11 2 Tank Number 11 Capacity 3088 4 Cu Metres.
8 11 12 1 Tank Number 12 Identity NO 6 P WBT, 8 11 12 2 Tank Number 12 Capacity 3285 4 Cu Metres. 8 11 13 1 Tank Number 13 Identity NO 6 S WBT, 8 11 13 2 Tank Number 13 Capacity 3285 4 Cu Metres. 8 11 14 Total Ballast Tank Capacities at 100 full 39636 800 Cu Metres. 5 BALLAST HANDLING,8 12 Ballast Handling, 8 12 1 If vessel is a Pre MARPOL tanker indicate by tank number tanks usually designated for. departure ballast,8 12 1 1 Tank Location, 8 12 2 If vessel is a Pre MARPOL tanker indicate by tank number tanks usually designated for. arrival ballast,8 12 2 1 Tank Location, 8 12 3 Can vessel handle cargo and non segregated ballast concurrently maintaining two valve.
segregation, 8 12 4 Can dirty ballast be safely loaded with gas transfer method simultaneous cargo discharge. and loading of ballast into empty tanks,6 IF VESSEL IS CBT TANKER WITH MANUAL. 8 13 If the vessel is a CBT Tanker with Approved Manual. 8 13 1 Which cargo tanks are indicated as CBT in the IOPP Certificate. 8 13 2 What is total capacity of CBT tanks Cu Metres. 8 13 3 Is the piping for CBT common with cargo piping or independent. 7 IF VESSEL IS SBT TANKER,8 14 If Vessel is SBT Tanker. 8 14 1 What is total capacity of SBT 40743 9 Cu Metres. 8 14 2 What percentage of summer deadweight can vessel maintain with SBT only 34 08. 8 14 3 Does vessel meet the requirements of Annex I Reg 18 2 previously Reg 13 2 Yes. 8 14 4 Can segregated ballast be discharged through vessel s manifold. 8 14 5 Is vessel equipped with spool piece designed to connect ballast system to cargo system Yes. 8 14 6 Do cargo lines pass through any dedicated or segregated ballast tanks No. 8 14 7 If Yes what type of expansion is fitted, 8 14 8 Do ballast lines pass through any cargo tanks No. 8 14 9 If Yes what type of expansion is fitted N A. 8 14 10 Can vessel pump water ashore for line clearing Yes. 8 14 11 If Yes what is maximum attainable discharge rate 3000 Cu Metres Hour. 8 14 12 If Yes what is maximum acceptable back pressure 13 bar. 8 14 13 Which cargo tanks are designated for heavy weather ballast as per IMO. 8 14 13 1 Tank Location,8 CARGO HANDLING, 8 15 How many grades products can vessel load discharge with double valve segregation 3.
8 15 1 How many grades can vessel load discharge using blank flanges. 8 15 2 If vessel is fitted with deepwell pumps and heat exchangers can pumps and heat. exchangers be by passed during loading, 8 15 3 Is there Oil Discharge Monitoring Equipment ODME fitted Yes. 8 15 4 Is an Oil Discharge Monitoring System connected to the above waterline discharge Yes. 8 15 5 If yes is the Oil Discharge Monitoring System designed to automatically stop the discharge Yes. of effluent when its oil content exceeds permitted levels. 8 16 Is vessel equipped with class approved or certified stability computer Yes. 8 16 1 Does this stability programme consider damaged stability conditions Yes. 8 17 Is computer integrated with cargo system and equipped with alarm to monitor loading and Yes. discharging operations,9 CARGO AND BALLAST PUMPING SYSTEMS. 8 18 1 Main Pump Number 1 Identity NO 1 COP,8 18 2 Main Pump Number 1 Number 1. 8 18 3 Main Pump Number 1 Type CENTRIFUGAL STEAM TURBINE. 8 18 4 Main Pump Number 1 Type of Prime Mover Steam. 8 18 5 Main Pump Number 1 Self Priming or Draining Draining. 8 18 6 Main Pump Number 1 Capacity 3000 Cu Metres Hour. 8 18 7 Main Pump Number 1 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 18 8 Main Pump Number 1 At what Head 130 Metres,8 18 9 Main Pump Number 1 Max RPM 1510 rpm. 8 19 1 Main Pump Number 2 Identity NO 2 COP,8 19 2 Main Pump Number 2 Number 1.
8 19 3 Main Pump Number 2 Type CENTRIFUGAL STEAM TURBINE. 8 19 4 Main Pump Number 2 Type of Prime Mover Steam. 8 19 5 Main Pump Number 2 Self Priming or Draining Draining. 8 19 6 Main Pump Number 2 Capacity 3000 Cu Metres Hour. 8 19 7 Main Pump Number 2 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 19 8 Main Pump Number 2 At what Head 130 Metres,8 19 9 Main Pump Number 2 Max RPM 1510 rpm. 8 20 1 Main Pump Number 3 Identity NO 3 COP,8 20 2 Main Pump Number 3 Number 1. 8 20 3 Main Pump Number 3 Type CENTRIFUGAL STEAM TURBINE. 8 20 4 Main Pump Number 3 Type of Prime Mover Steam. 8 20 5 Main Pump Number 3 Self Priming or Draining Draining. 8 20 6 Main Pump Number 3 Capacity 3000 Cu Metres Hour. 8 20 7 Main Pump Number 3 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 20 8 Main Pump Number 3 At what Head 130 Metres,8 20 9 Main Pump Number 3 Max RPM 1510 rpm. 8 21 1 Main Pump Number 4 Identity,8 21 2 Main Pump Number 4 Number. 8 21 3 Main Pump Number 4 Type,8 21 4 Main Pump Number 4 Type of Prime Mover.
8 21 5 Main Pump Number 4 Self Priming or Draining. 8 21 6 Main Pump Number 4 Capacity Cu Metres Hour, 8 21 7 Main Pump Number 4 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 21 8 Main Pump Number 4 At what Head Metres,8 21 9 Main Pump Number 4 Max RPM rpm. 8 22 1 Main Pump Number 5 Identity,8 22 2 Main Pump Number 5 Number. 8 22 3 Main Pump Number 5 Type,8 22 4 Main Pump Number 5 Type of Prime Mover. 8 22 5 Main Pump Number 5 Self Priming or Draining. 8 22 6 Main Pump Number 5 Capacity Cu Metres Hour, 8 22 7 Main Pump Number 5 Normal Back Pressure bar.
8 22 8 Main Pump Number 5 At what Head Metres,8 22 9 Main Pump Number 5 Max RPM rpm. 8 23 1 Main Pump Number 6 Identity,8 23 2 Main Pump Number 6 Number. 8 23 3 Main Pump Number 6 Type,8 23 4 Main Pump Number 6 Type of Prime Mover. 8 23 5 Main Pump Number 6 Self Priming or Draining. 8 23 6 Main Pump Number 6 Capacity Cu Metres Hour, 8 23 7 Main Pump Number 6 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 23 8 Main Pump Number 6 At what Head Metres,8 23 9 Main Pump Number 6 Max RPM rpm.
8 24 1 Main Pump Number 7 Identity,8 24 2 Main Pump Number 7 Number. 8 24 3 Main Pump Number 7 Type,8 24 4 Main Pump Number 7 Type of Prime Mover. 8 24 5 Main Pump Number 7 Self Priming or Draining. 8 24 6 Main Pump Number 7 Capacity Cu Metres Hour, 8 24 7 Main Pump Number 7 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 24 8 Main Pump Number 7 At what Head Metres,8 24 9 Main Pump Number 7 Max RPM rpm. 8 25 1 Main Pump Number 8 Identity,8 25 2 Main Pump Number 8 Number.
8 25 3 Main Pump Number 8 Type,8 25 4 Main Pump Number 8 Type of Prime Mover. 8 25 5 Main Pump Number 8 Self Priming or Draining. 8 25 6 Main Pump Number 8 Capacity Cu Metres Hour, 8 25 7 Main Pump Number 8 Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 25 8 Main Pump Number 8 At what Head Metres,8 25 9 Main Pump Number 8 Max RPM rpm. 8 26 1 Booster Pumps Number,8 26 2 Booster Pumps Type. 8 26 3 Booster Pumps Type of Prime mover, 8 26 4 Booster Pumps Capacity water Cu Metres Hour.
8 26 5 Booster Pumps Normal Back Pressure bar,8 26 6 Booster Pumps At what Head Metres. 8 26 7 Booster Pumps RPM rpm,8 26 8 Booster Pumps Max RPM rpm. 8 27 1 Stripping Number 1,8 27 2 Stripping Type RECIPROCATING STEAM TURBINE. 8 27 3 Stripping Type of Prime Mover Steam,8 27 4 Stripping Capacity 200 Cu Metres Hour. 8 27 5 Stripping Normal Back Pressure bar,8 27 6 Stripping At what Head 130 Metres.
8 28 1 Eductors Number 1,8 28 2 Eductors Type FLUID DRVIEN. 8 28 3 Eductors Type of Prime Mover FLUID,8 28 4 Eductors Capacity 500 Cu Metres Hour. 8 28 5 Eductors Normal Back Pressure bar,8 28 6 Eductors At what Head Metres. 8 29 1 Ballast Handling Main Pump Number 2, 8 29 2 Ballast Handling Main Pump Type CENTRIFUGAL VERTICAL. ELECTRICAL MOTOR DRIVEN, 8 29 3 Ballast Handling Main Pump Type of Prime Mover ELECTRICAL MOTOR.
8 29 4 Ballast Handling Main Pump Capacity 1800 Cu Metres Hour. 8 29 5 Ballast Handling Main Pump Normal Back Pressure bar. 8 29 6 Ballast Handling Main Pump At what Head 25 Metres. 8 29 7 Ballast Handling Main Pump Max RPM 1190 rpm. 8 30 1 Ballast Handling Stripping Number,8 30 2 Ballast Handling Stripping Type. 8 30 3 Ballast Handling Stripping Type of Prime Mover. 8 30 4 Ballast Handling Stripping Capacity Cu Metres Hour. 8 30 5 Ballast Handling Stripping At what Head bar. 8 31 1 Ballast Handling Eductors Number 1, 8 31 2 Ballast Handling Eductors Type FLUID DRIVEN. 8 31 3 Ballast Handling Eductors Type of Prime Mover FLUID. 8 31 4 Ballast Handling Eductors Capacity 400 Cu Metres Hour. 8 31 5 Ballast Handling Eductors At what Head bar, 8 32 Is vessel fitted with dedicated stripping lines and pumps No. 8 33 State location of cargo pump emergency stops i MANIFOLD PORT. 8 34 State location of cargo pump emergency stops ii MANIFOLD STBD. 8 35 State location of cargo pump emergency stops iii PUMP ROOM TOP. 8 36 State location of cargo pump emergency stops iv PUMP ROOM BOTTOM. 8 37 State location of cargo pump emergency stops v CARGO CONTROL ROOM. 8 38 1 Are bearings of cargo pumps fitted with high temperature alarms Yes. 8 38 2 Are bearings of cargo pumps fitted with high temperature trips Yes. 8 39 1 Are bearings of ballast pumps fitted with high temperature alarms Yes. 8 39 2 Are bearings of ballast pumps fitted with high temperature trips Yes. 8 40 1 Are casings of cargo pumps fitted with high temperature alarms Yes. 8 40 2 Are casings of cargo pumps fitted with high temperature trips Yes. 8 41 1 Are casings of ballast pumps fitted with high temperature alarms Yes. 8 41 2 Are casings of ballast pumps fitted with high temperature trips Yes. 8 42 1 Are pumproom shaft glands through bulkheads fitted with high temperature alarms Yes. 8 42 2 Are pumproom shaft glands through bulkheads fitted with high temperature trips Yes. 8 43 What is the principal type of cargo valve Butterfly wafer. 8 44 What type of cargo valve actuator is fitted Hydraulic Double acting actuator. 10 CARGO CONTROL ROOM, 8 45 Is the vessel fitted with a Cargo Control Room CCR Yes. 8 46 Can cargo and ballast pumps be controlled from the CCR Yes. 8 47 Can all valves be controlled from the CCR No, 8 48 Can tank innage ullage be read from the CCR Yes.
8 49 Is ODME readout fitted in the CCR Yes,8 50 Can the IGS be controlled from the CCR Yes. 11 GAUGING AND SAMPLING, 8 51 Can vessel operate under closed loading conditions in accordance with Section 7 6 3 of Yes. 8 51 1 What type of fixed closed tankgauging system is fitted RADAR GAUGES. 8 52 Does tank gauging system have local reading Yes. 8 52 1 Is gauging system certified and calibrated Yes. 8 52 2 If it is a portable system does the sounding pipe extend to full tank depth. 8 53 Are bunker tanks fitted with a full depth gauging system Yes. 8 54 Are high level alarms fitted to cargo tanks Yes. 8 54 1 If high level alarms are fitted indicate whether to all tanks or partial All. 8 54 2 Are high level alarms independent of the gauging system Yes. 8 55 Are bunker tanks fitted with high level alarms Yes. 8 56 If Yes are bunker tank high level alarms part of the primary tank gauging system No. 8 57 Are closed sampling devices on board Yes, 8 58 Are cargo tanks fitted with dipping points as per IMO Res 497 4 4 4 Yes. 8 59 If portable equipment for gauging uses vapour locks are vapour locks calibrated Yes. 8 59 1 If Yes by whom are vapour locks calibrated,8 59 2 If Yes by whom are vapour locks certified. 8 60 If portable equipment used for gauging who is manufacturer. 8 60 1 If portable equipment used for gauging how many units are supplied 2. 8 60 2 What is the name of the manufacturer of the vapour locks. 8 61 What is the nominal internal diameter of the vapour lock Millimetres. 8 61 1 To what standard is the thread of the vapour lock manufactured. 8 61 2 Can vapour lock be used for ullaging Yes, 8 61 3 Can vapour lock be used for temperature Yes.
8 61 4 Can vapour lock be used for interface Yes, 8 61 5 Can vapour lock be used for cargo sampling Yes. 8 61 6 If the vapour lock can be used for cargo sampling what is the volume of the sample that. can be drawn, 8 62 Specify portable equipment for checking oil water interface. 8 63 Can cargo samples be taken at the manifold Yes. 8 64 What is the means of taking cargo temperatures THROUGH FIXED GAUGING AND. MANUAL GAUGING,12 VAPOUR EMISSION CONTROL,8 65 Is a vapour return system VRS fitted Yes. 8 65 6 If fitted is vapour line return manifold in compliance with OCIMF Guidelines Yes. 8 66 Is vessel certified for vapour transfer Yes, 8 66 1 If yes by which organisation BUREAU VERITAS. 13 VENTING, 8 67 State what type of venting system is fitted COMMON VENTING.
8 68 State maximum venting capacity 13500 Cu Metres Hour. 8 69 State P V valve opening pressure 1400 mm wg,8 70 State P V valve vacuum setting 350 mm wg. 8 71 Does each tank have isolating valve Yes, 8 72 Are cargo tanks fitted with full flow P V valves without isolating valves between the P V valve Yes. 8 73 Is there a means of measuring the pressure in the vapour space in each cargo tank Yes. 8 74 Is venting through a mast riser Yes, 8 75 Are mast risers fitted with high velocity vents. 8 76 If Yes state opening pressure mm wg,8 77 State vacuum setting of mast riser mm wg. 8 78 State throughput capacity of mast riser 13500 Cu Metres Hour. 8 79 What is the maximum loading rate for homogenous cargo loaded simultaneously through all 10800 Cu Metres Hour. 14 CARGO MANIFOLDS, 8 80 Does vessel comply with the latest edition of the OCIMF Recommendations for Oil Tanker Yes.
Manifolds and Associated Equipment, 8 81 What type of valves are fitted at manifold Butterfly wafer. 8 82 If hydraulic valves fitted what are closing times Seconds. 8 83 What is the number of cargo manifold connections per side 3. 8 84 What is the size of cargo manifold connections 400 Millimetres. 8 85 Are pressure gauges fitted outboard of manifold valves Yes. 8 86 What is the material of the manifold Stainless steel. 8 87 Is the vessel fitted with a crossover at the manifold Yes. 8 88 Are manifold cross connections made by hard or flexible piping chemical carriers. 15 BUNKER MANIFOLDS, 8 89 What is the number of bunker connections per side 2. 8 90 What is the size of the bunker connection 200 Millimetres.


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